To claim a .dev, simply register with the registrar of your choice (Google, of course, is an option). As a bonus, Google offers a free .dev domain to anyone who has requested a ticket for the Google I / O event that will take place in May. The domains will be secured by default because they all require the HTTPS protocol and Google has already transferred many of its own sites (including web.dev, opensource.dev and flutter.dev) to the domain.
Internet has come a long way since the days of .com, .org and .net. You can now get domains that end in anything from .cool to .ninja. And unique domain endings have real value. For starters, they can give visitors a better idea of what your site is. As significant .com web addresses are engulfed, new top-level domains open up possibilities. Have you ever tried to claim yourname.com only to find it sold at a bargain price of $ 2,000? Maybe yourname.dev would be a better fit (and more affordable).