Expanding the Online Frontier

Welcome to Google’s domain registry. We’re really excited about the domains we’ll be offering. The Internet has always been first and foremost about self-expression, and the dawn of this era of hundreds of new domains marks one of the most unpredictable moments in the history of a highly unpredictable medium.

.EDU has always meant education, .GOV government, .ORG non-profits. Today's new domains are infinitely more open-ended. There will be new homes for creativity, for business, for explorers, comedians and professionals. What will .HOW mean? .EAT? .SOY? We have our ideas, but how you develop your piece of this online real estate is up to you. Whether you're a dad or a traveler, a developer or a movie maker, a Japanese speaker or a tour guide, the web, happily, is what you make of it.

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Google's Domains

Google is planning on being the registry for many new top level domains including these.

.みんな .ADS .APP


Launch details for .app

March 1, 2018

We are currently in the process of launching our fourth open top-level domain, .app, a more secure domain for apps. From games to news to education to business, .app is the perfect home to promote apps on the web. The .app domain is a great place to showcase a unique and trustworthy destination. If you’re interested in carrying .app domains, you can download our RRA here.

Here are the important dates to be aware of in 2018:

Please note that a claims period will run indefinitely, during which trademark owners will receive notification when their marks are registered as domains.

For now we will be exclusively focusing on launching .app. We are continuing to work on plans for .dev, which shall be launched at a future time. Stay tuned for more details if you’re interested in carrying .dev!

Launch update for .app and .dev

December 14, 2017

We are currently finalizing plans to launch .app and .dev as open top-level domains in the first half of 2018. If you’re an ICANN-accredited domain registrar, please send a request for more information.

Updated privacy policy

April 17, 2017

Please click here to review our new policy.

Codebase powering Google Registry released as open source

October 18, 2016

We're proud to announce the release of Nomulus, the platform powering the Google Registry, under the Apache 2.0 Free and Open Source License. Nomulus is a high availability, horizontally scaling shared registry system that runs on Google Cloud Platform. With this release it is now available for use both by other registry operators and as a reference for registrars who are integrating with a Nomulus-powered registry provider.