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Google Domains is now integrated with Apps for Work to make your life easier

By dkpope
Oct 6, 2015
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  1. [parsehtml]<p><img src="https://www.techspot.com/images2/news/bigimage/2015/10/2015-10-06-image-21.jpg" /></p> <p>Starting today, you can buy domain names that end in things such as .coffee or .guru or .social (or a whole lot of others) using Google Domains. The web service, which is still in beta, was originally just for purchasing and setting up website domain names, but now they&#39;re adding some other features.</p> <p>For $5 per user per month, you can get <a href="http://googleforwork.blogspot.com/2015/10/custom-email-apps-and-more-for-Google-Domains.html">email addresses that feature your domain names with Google Domains, as well as access to Google Apps for Work</a> (Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Drive.) Google chief information officer and vice president Ben Fried announced this in a blog post. Also, it will now be easier to change the person in charge of a given domain name.</p> <p><img src="https://www.techspot.com/images2/news/bigimage/2015/10/2015-10-06-image.gif" /></p> <p>Integrating Google Apps for Work is a way for Google to bring in more people to its web services. Gmail as a standalone service is hugely popular, but Google Apps fall behind advertising in how much revenue they generate. The updates to Google Apps and Google Domains can be seen as a diversifying component for the company.</p> <p>Back when Google Domains was launched, in June 2014, other similar services saw their stock prices drop. So even though domain management isn&rsquo;t Google&rsquo;s flagship service, they have been able to make an impression.</p> <p>Read the <a href="https://support.google.com/domains/answer/6010092?hl=en">full list of new top-level domains</a> (TLDs) to see what cool one you might snag. Devinloves.pizza is calling my name.</p><p><a rel='alternate' href='https://www.techspot.com/news/62343-google-domains-now-integrated-apps-work-make-life.html' target='_blank'>Permalink to story.</a></p><p class='permalink'><a rel='alternate' href='https://www.techspot.com/news/62343-google-domains-now-integrated-apps-work-make-life.html'>https://www.techspot.com/news/62343-google-domains-now-integrated-apps-work-make-life.html</a></p>[/parsehtml]
  2. H3llion

    H3llion TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,310   +252

    Useful, however $5 a month? Not a lot (peanuts) but wouldn't it be cheaper to get the domain from a registrar for a yearly fee which would be cheaper?
  3. wastedkill

    wastedkill TS Evangelist Posts: 1,423   +350

    You didn't quite read that correctly thats for google apps...
  4. H3llion

    H3llion TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,310   +252

    I suppose. However I am using Google Apps as well with DNS pointed to Google from my registrar. I suppose, you get ease of use, hassle "free" ecosystem with this. I am not hating, don't get me wrong.

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