Google Domains has launched in the United States, and it is looking to take a bite out of sites like GoDaddy, who deliver domain services, including selling domain names to individuals willing to pay a price. Google noted that the launch does not mean that the domain registration service is public though. The company urged that Google Domains is still in beta testing, and that even though the service is through private testing – that it began over the summer – the beta testing period will begin to introduce more services and features that were otherwise non-existent before.

Starting with prices such as $12 a year, Google helps its subscribers to obtain a domain name with additional benefits included in the package such as email forwarding to Gmail, private registration, domain forwarding, new domain endings and support for 100 sub domains too.