Google domains first launched back in August of 2014 and I was lucky enough to get access to the private beta of Google Domains which not only let me enjoy it for myself – but I was lucky enough to have plenty of invites that I shared among all of you. As of Tuesday of this week however there’s no more need to wait around for an invite. The Google Domains beta is now open to the public!
The new public beta comes with a more refined interface, along with a closer integration with various website builders.
In an effort to be more of a one-stop-shop like GoDaddy, Google Domains let’s your browse and configure your basic website with Wix, Blogger, Squarespace, Weebly, and Shopify right from within your domain dashboard.
Furthermore Google has added over 60 new gTLD’s to their list of supported domain names – letting you register everything from .academy to .ventures. So if you’ve been waiting to bring your domain names over to Google and didn’t score one of the free invites I was giving away – head on over to Google Domains and enjoy!
If you’re curious what things looked like before the public beta, check out my video below: