|Industry||Domain name registration|
|Launched||June 13, 2014|
The service offers domain registration, DNS hosting, dynamic DNS, domain forwarding, and email forwarding. It provides native integration support for Google Cloud DNS and Google Workspace. It also offers one-click DNS configuration that connects the domains with Blogger, Google Sites, Squarespace, Wix.com, Weebly, Bluehost, Shopify, and Firebase. It supports domain privacy, custom nameservers, and DNSSEC.
Google became a domain name registrar as early as in 2005. Google Domains was publicly launched under a beta test mode on January 13, 2015, and the beta phase ended on 15 March 2022. As of February 4, 2022[update], it supports more than 300 top-level domains.
On March 15, 2022, Google announced that Google Domains was officially out of beta.
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