Yesterday I got an email from Uniregistry sharing some of the new updates for August and honestly I was pretty impressed. While most people are on vacation, Uniregistry seems to be moving forward at full speed. I felt like there was enough going on this month that it’s worth highlighting, so here’s what’s new this month.
New mobile app features
I’m a big fan of Uniregistry’s mobile app, it’s really well-designed and they’re constantly adding new features and functionality. Here’s what’s new this month:
- Now available on iPad – I’ve been waiting for this for a while!
- Domain Tracker added to the app – this is a great way to keep track of your portfolio and it tracks across registrars so you don’t need to have all your domains at Uniregistry to use it
- Additional currency support – this one doesn’t really impact me but I’ll bet it will be helpful for some of my readers. The app now supports nine different currencies.
Reduced pricing on a number of extensions
There are some really good deals on a number of extensions that Uniregistry sells, here’s a look at some of the best deals:
Increased support hours
While I haven’t really used Uniregistry’s technical support much in the past, I’ve been told it’s pretty darn good, and they’ve extended their operating hours by two hours to go until 8:00PM (UTC-5).
.ASIA now available
The .ASIA TLD is now available at Uniregistry and is discounted down from $15.88 to $5.88. When I was in Hong Kong last year I saw .ASIA a number of times. That being said, I don’t own any .ASIA domains and I’m not sure I’m going to start buying now since I just don’t know enough about the market. If you do invest in .ASIA, or run a business in Asia, this could be a good time to snag a name or two though!
Congrats to the whole team at Uniregistry, I’ve been a fan since the beginning and it’s the constant push for innovation and new features that has kept me a loyal customer for all these years!
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