Google now allows developers to register domains without having to pay a fee.
The new policy has been announced by Google’s VP of product management for global advertising, Andy Cheng.
In addition to allowing developers to set up a domain without a registration fee, the company has also launched a new feature that allows developers access to domain registration free of charge.
Google has been experimenting with various new options to help developers get domain registrations for free, which is great news for developers who want to set their own domain names.
The new feature is an extension of Google’s domain registration service, which lets users register domain names for free.
Developers can now register domain name without having any registration fee.
While Google is currently only allowing registered domain names on Android, the new extension allows developers in other languages to register domain domain names with a simple Google sign-in.
The feature is only available in Android for now, but Google plans to roll it out across other platforms.
Google said it wants developers to be able to access domain registration with “any language and any app.”
The new extension will also allow developers to access the Google Play Store, which offers an array of third-party applications that are free to download.
Apps that are available for free in the Google Store can also be registered for free by developers with the Google sign in option.
Google said the extension will allow developers in certain languages to easily access the store.
Cheng told TechCrunch that Google wants to make sure that developers can continue to enjoy the benefits of the service.
“We want to ensure that people get access to the services and that developers get the tools and the support to do that,” Cheng said.
Chellings comments came days after Google revealed that it plans to offer domain registration to developers through a partnership with AppPesa.
The partnership will offer developers free domain name registration through Google Play.
The company said it will begin providing domain registration through the AppPara app in a few weeks.
Google is also testing a new service that allows users to sign up for an API, which will allow users to access and register domain registrations without paying for domain name registrars.
The Google Developer Program (GDP) is one of the largest funding programs available to developers.
As part of the program, Google grants a minimum of $50,000 for the first five years and a minimum amount of $75,000 in subsequent years.
The first five-year funding is a significant increase from the $10,000 that developers received last year, and the program has seen more than 5.3 million developers sign up since it launched in 2016.
Chew had previously spoken about the need for developers to get registered domain name registrations for Android.
He said in a Reddit AMA that Google is looking at ways to allow developers “to build domains without paying a domain registration fee.”