Google Launches Private Beta For Domain Registration Service

Google is now looking at building its own domain registration service as it launches a private beta called “Google Domains”. The new service will offer free private registration which will allow users to mask their name and address from Whois searches at no extra cost, free email forwarding from any domain to a user’s personal Gmail inbox, free domain forwarding, support up to 100 sub-domains and …



Google is now looking at building its own domain registration service as it launches a private beta called “Google Domains”.

The new service will offer free private registration which will allow users to mask their name and address from Whois searches at no extra cost, free email forwarding from any domain to a user’s personal Gmail inbox, free domain forwarding, support up to 100 sub-domains and plans to support new domain endings in the future.

As mentioned earlier, the service is still in private beta and users can only enter through invitation, although you can request for an invitation through Google Domains’ website. Google hasn’t indicated how many people will be involved in the private beta so you might just have to try your luck to see if you can get in.

Nonetheless, the introduction of this new service spells good news for the search giant. Among the many web-centric services that Google is offering, domain registration is one of the few services that’s has been missing, so once the service exits out of beta, the company would be able to offer a more comprehensive list of tools and services for web masters around the globe.

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