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Google is taking a cue from Amazon and changing the way it assigns domains to users in an effort to improve user experience and boost sales.

Google has recently announced plans to open up its APIs for developers to create new domain names.

While Google’s DNS services are still the same, the company has announced plans for its own DNS services to be available in a few months.

The company announced the move on Wednesday with the launch of the DNS API, a set of APIs that allow developers to build on top of Google’s existing DNS services and add new services to its network.

The DNS API lets developers easily build domain names using existing Google services such as DNS, ICANN, and the DNS servers of third parties.

The API is a major step for Google in its effort to build a better user experience on the Internet, which is increasingly critical for webmasters, bloggers, and others who use the Internet to generate traffic to sites and services.

“Google is the leading DNS service provider, with over one billion customers,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post.

“This new approach to DNS services is the next evolution of Google DNS, and it will help drive better and more reliable Internet experiences for everyone.”

Google also announced plans on Thursday for a new DNS API to be able to provide a new API for domain-name service providers.

Google said the new API will enable them to offer a single API for all domain names in the Internet.

It will be a “central hub” for domains that have been assigned to a specific service provider.

Google said the DNS service will be available to domain name service providers, but only in a “limited time.”

It said the service will not be offered to end users.

Google also said it will offer the new DNS service to the following service providers in a future release of the API: Amazon Web Services, eBay, eBay.com, eBay Inc., eBay.co.uk, eBay Payments, eBay Pay, eBayPayment, eBay Shopping, eBay Stores, Google Play, Google Cloud, Google Chrome, and Google Cloud Search.

The DNS API is not the first DNS API Google has launched, but it is the first to be launched by a company in its own name.

Microsoft’s DNS API for Windows and OS X already allows domain name services to provide DNS for users.