Google is reported to be in the midst of finalizing the selling of domain names over their extensive network.

According to Techcrunch, the search engine giant has just launched a small private beta for a domain registration service that it calls “Google Domains.”

The service has also announced the following features to be added on thier services:

  • Free private registration, allowing you to mask your name/address/etc. from Whois searches without having to pay a third-party service
  • Free email forwarding from whatever@yourcompany.com to your personal Gmail inbox
  • Free domain forwarding
  • Support for up to 100 sub-domains
  • Plans to support all of the crazy new domain endings that will roll out over the next few years (like .guru and .club)

The whole Google Domains is however still in Private Beta, so if you want to try everything out, you need to apply by clicking ‘Manage my Domain Name’.

For now, those just wanting to be looking at what Google Domains have to offer can visit the site.

Source: Techcrunch