.app is a more secure top-level domain for mobile apps, desktop apps, web apps, app developers, and more. HTTPS is required for all websites on .app, making it the first such secure namespace available for general registration.
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Introducing .app, a more secure home for apps on the webToday we're announcing .app, the newest top-level domain (TLD) from Google Registry. A TLD is the last part of a domain name, like .com in "www.google.com" or .google in "blog.google" (the site you're on right now). We created the .app TLD specifically for apps and app developers, with added security to help you showcase your apps to the world.Google
Google now lets you register sites ending in .appGoogle is now letting people make sites ending in .app, releasing its monopoly on the top-level domain after three years. Google acquired the top-level domain .app in 2015, after shelling out just $25 million for the honor. Top-level domains are the last part of a domain name, like .com or .org.