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How to Apply for Google Apps for Free

As all existing Google Apps users who bought Domain from Google using Blooger just got an E-mail about Termination of the Free service for “New Users”.Google Apps is a enterprise cloud-based office tools that allows users to manage Google-branded flavor of services such as Gmail, Calendar, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Google Talk and others on custom domain.
Before, Google offers Google Apps for free for small businesses with up to 10 users. However, from mid December 2012, Google terminated the Google Apps Free Edition, and now there is only the premium version of Google Apps available, namely Google Apps for Business, which includes 24X7 online technical support, 25GB of Gmail storage space per account, and 99.9% up time guarantee with the price of $50/user/year.

3. Enter the information for Application Identifier and Application Name requested with any dummy data, tick the checkbox for “I accept these terms,” and then click Create Application to proceed.

4. After registration, an “Application Registered Successfully” page will be shown. Click on Dashboard text link from “View the dashboard for My Web Apps.”

5. In dashboard’s left panel, click Application Settings under “Administration.

6. Under “Domain Setup” section, click Add Domain… button.

7. On the next page, look to the right side of the page, and click on Sign up for Google Apps Standard.

8. Now you will be redirected to the free Google Apps Standard Edition sign up page, which allow users to get started with Google Apps for free. Enter your custom domain name and other usual information, then click on I Accept, Create My Account to get the free Google Apps account created.

Note: if you attempt to visit directly the Google Apps Standard sign up page at http://www.google.com/a/cpanel/standard/new3?refererName=AppEngine, it won’t work.

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