To apply for .dev, all you need to do is register with your registry (Google is, of course, an option). As a bonus, Google offers a free .dev domain to anyone who signed up for the Google I / O Event Ticket that is taking place this May. Domains will be safe at default, as all require HTTPS, and Google has already moved many of its sites (including web.dev, opensource.dev and flutter.dev) into the domain.
The Internet has gone a long way from days .com, .org and .net. You can now get domains that end up with anyone, from .cool to .ninja. And there is real value in the unique domain endings. For starters, they can provide visitors with a better idea of what your site is, and as meaningful .com web addresses are gobbled up, the new top-notch domains of open-end capabilities. Have you ever tried to find your name.com just to find it for sale at a good price of $ 2,000? Perhaps your name would be better (and more accessible).