Google Apps Now Support 30 TLDs and 22 ccTLDs; More Street View Imagery for Brazil and Mexican Cities

Google Apps in a partnership with domaindiscount24.com today announced of adding a support for 30 top-level domain (TLD) options, including 22 ccTLDs, with prices starting at $8 per year. Google is also, offering businesses that wish to sign up for Google Apps but don't yet have a domain name to choose from during sign-up. "Your […]

Google Apps in a partnership with domaindiscount24.com today announced of adding a support for 30 top-level domain (TLD) options, including 22 ccTLDs, with prices starting at $8 per year.

Google is also, offering businesses that wish to sign up for Google Apps but don't yet have a domain name to choose from during sign-up. "Your new domain comes configured with all Google Apps services, including Gmail for your custom email addresses (@yourcompany.com). Your domain will be registered with domaindiscount24.com," Google stated.

"A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) such as .com.es or .jp helps companies build a local footprint on the web, and ccTLD support is one of the most-requested features for Google Apps."

Below is full list of TLDs now available when you sign up for Google Apps:

Google Apps Now Support 30 TLDs and22 ccTLDs

In other Google news, Google at the I/O conference in June this year announced to make Google Maps more accurate, easy to navigate and that cover every corner of the world--today, added new Street View imagery of Latin America's Brazil and Mexico.

Street View first became available for Brazil in 2010, and as of this week, Google grown its collection of panoramic imagery to more than 70 cities throughout the country.

Google also introduced Street View imagery of 30 Mesoamerican archaeological sites in Mexico.

Street View imagery of Brazil available before mid-August 2012:

Street View Imagery of Brazil before August 2012

Street View imagery of Brazil available beginning mid-August 2012:

Street View imagery of Brazil after mid-Aug 2012