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.app domains - anyone pick any up?

Discussion in 'Other Domain Names' started by davedevelopment, May 15, 2018.

  1. davedevelopment

    davedevelopment Well-Known Member

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    Of all the new TLDs, this one interests me the most, but I didn't get around to picking any up, I wondered if anyone else did?
     
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  3. inteldigital

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    I was tempted, doesn't seem worth it.
     
  4. JMI

    JMI Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    Tempting yes.. So I stood in the mirror and and screamed out loud over and over again ten great generic names I'd love to own in .com e.g. loans.app, london.app, domains.app - then I opened the window and shouted to some random fellow walking across the road "have you ever visited mens gloves dot app" he looked at me with pity and shouted back "Whats App?" and walked off.

    Ironic when something like .info is so much more logical extension but
     
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    dee Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    i did i pre regged a few and got 3 or 4 med islands / holiday destinations.

    corfu,majorca,crete
     
  6. inteldigital

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    I'll see how the market looks in a years time
     
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    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    IF there's money to be made, it's probably going to be in the first few weeks or not at all. That was the case for just about every other new GTLD that showed a flicker of initial interest: a handful changed hands for "decent" prices shortly after the initial release, then tumbleweed...