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Google’s domain registration service exits beta phase more than seven years after launch

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In 2014, Google announced its own domain registration service, Google Domains. That year, the project was launched in test mode, working by invitation only, and in 2015 the first beta version was opened to the public in the United States. More than seven years after its launch, the service is no longer in beta and is now available in 26 countries.

As the Mountain View giant indicates in its official blog, since 2015, millions of Internet users have been part of the set of users of its domain registration service and that over time, new tools and features have been added that promise to make the whole process easier.

The company says that among the service’s features, the ability to choose from over 300 available domain extensions stands out. Users will be able to create their own website or online store through Google Sites or through partner platforms such as Wix, Shopify, Squarespace, Weebly and Bluehost.

According to Google, users will also have access to tools designed for anyone running a business, as well as security and privacy features. As long as Google domains comes out of its Beta version, the company is offering a 20% discount to users who register domains on the service through April 15.

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