Domain name search


“ is the greatest website ever.”
“Can't decide on a domain name for you website? Try this:”
“time to take a Domize break and think of names. it was easier to name my kids than this app!!!”
“@vrikhter yeah =/ I never search on godaddy anymore, I use Domize
“#FF @DomainSherpa for keeping me entertained on flights. @DotSauce for pumping out the content. @Domize for being my fave #domaining tool”
“also, Domize is my new favourite domain search tool”
“ドメイン探しの王道見つけた!VALUE DOMAINよりずっと良い。探すプロセス自体を楽しめるデザイン。 Domize
“Un outil vraiment efficace pour trouver des noms de domaine encore inutilisés: Domize


Search Suggestions as an Application UI

OpenSearch was originally conceived by Amazon’s search subsidiary A9 and announced to the world by none other than Jeff Bezos in March 2005. It was designed as a specification to allow websites to syndicate their search capability, allowing web browsers and even other websites to link directly to the syndicating website’s search results pages.

Posted Aug 13, 2012 | Permalink
.SE Now Supported & Other Updates

You can now find yourself a shiny new .SE domain name with Domize. Just open up your options pane and click the .SE box to add it to your searches.

Posted Nov 9, 2011 | Permalink
.CO Support & New Pricing Display

Just a quick note to announce we now support the newly available .CO ccTLD. While technically the country-level domain for Colombia, it makes a great generic domain name for your business. As it was launched just a few months ago there’s plenty of availability in there. To add it to your searches, open the options menu and select it from the list of look-up based TLDs.

Posted Oct 17, 2010 | Permalink
New Version Now Live!

Well the new version of Domize is finally live! In addition to the performance improvements, the feature we’re most excited about is that you can now search 24 new TLDs including .de,, and .tv to name just a few.

Posted Feb 28, 2010 | Permalink
New Design and Advanced Search Functions

You may have already noticed, but we’ve recently updated our homepage to speed up loading time (things had been slowing down under the load of all the new features such as support for International Domain Names and creation/expiry dates) and provide a more search-like experience to better reflect our status as a domain name search engine. We’ve also released a couple of great new advanced search commands…

Posted Sep 17, 2009 | Permalink
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