iwantmyname

Domain registrars can be 😡. We're here to change that.

#3 Product of the DayDecember 16, 2013

We believe in websites over social profiles. A shop you own over a big platform's soulless storefront. Portfolios meant show off what makes you different.

With iwantmyname, you can get the domain name you've always wanted, then easily connect it to the best apps and services on the web. Devs, marketers, and makers — this is for you.

Reviews
  • Anna Filou
    Anna FilouTech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
    Pros: 

    Easy, fast, many quick integrations

    Cons: 

    Interface could be nicer and a few things clearer. Some domains but supported

    Very easy to get a domain and set it up. There's a "marketplace" of integrations where they basically set up everything for you automatically so that your domain will work with a particular service. No problems. Price is a bit higher than what you can find elsewhere but there are no hidden charges ever and you get SSL certificate and whois protection by default, so it's actually the same price you'd pay to get the same features elsewhere but it also saves you time and trouble.

    Anna Filou has used this product for one year.
  • Matt Bettiol
    Matt BettiolDo what you love!
    Pros: 

    Clean and simple UI.

    Receive an email before domain is about to expire.

    No BS tools that you won't need, or want.

    Cons: 

    Nothing I can see

    I've been using their service for over a year now and have no complaints!

    Matt Bettiol has used this product for one year.
Discussion
Top tip: domain search with Domai.nr (http://www.producthunt.co/posts/256) and you get a discount @rrhoover need @ mentions for already posted products ;)
I used iwantmyname for all my domains, but recently found better prices on porkbun for the last 3+ domains I bought.
To those who use this: I am considering buying and managing domains through them and was wondering how easy it is to set up subdomains. I assume it's possible! Is the interface and all processes as straight forward as they promise?
Also, I did some quick "research" on them and it seems they have mixed reviews everyone. Either people rave about em or hate em. Don't know what to do. Their about section is very enticing, the culture seems great and I love the no-BS policy/promise BUT I have read many negative reviews online. Hover seems to have a great reputation though and website seems nice and clean.
Update, been using iwantmyname for 5-6 months now, no problems, recommended to friends too.