Namelix generates business names using artificial intelligence. Most products that do this combine multiple dictionary words, which tends to make long, un-google-friendly names.
Namelix generates short, brandable names that are related to your business domain.
We have started the project during a hackaton here at Themeisle and just managed to launch a beta version for it.
While before I was wondering why there aren't any good tools for this, soon I realise that is much more complex than I thought, for now we are using various existing APIs from Godaddy,DomainsBot and DataMuse with custom rules, exclusions and suggestions to make sure we deliver much better results.
It seems that the only good solution for now and something we are working on is to integrate MTurk or microworkers and generate suggestions "on-the-fly", while building a nice database of data, I am passionated about ways that we can build a smart searh/suggestion engine "backed" by humans, will see how much it makes sense.
Tools and resources for naming things, because naming things is hard. But doesn't have to be.
DomainPecker — the free startup domain name generator! If you've spent hours scratching your head over names for a Saas tool, app, or startup, then try DomainPecker. It combines your keywords with lists of punchy, generic terms and TLD endings and then says which domains are available. Pick one and concentrate on shipping your product.
Selldom allows you to buy and sell domains that are waiting silently in the dark, unused at your registrar after your 100th side-project pivot.
Weekend project to help or even inspire makers with curated list of available domains. Users can get one random suggestion or download the full list.