Namecheap Reviews 2018

Namecheap is a leading ICANN accredited domain name registrar and web hosting company. Today we have millions of customers worldwide and more than 10 million domains under management. We offer all necessary products to bring people’s ideas online, from domain names, web hosting and SSL certificates, to productivity and marketing apps. 

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Clean, easy to navigate, doesn't try to sell you stuff, just works.

No problems so far, they're my default for personal and business domains. We use them mostly because they aren't GoDaddy.

It has a useful console and managing domains are easy. It supports lots of domains. Notifications are good, you can't forget to renew your domain. Domain registrant protection is free!

It's good, a litter expensive than other services

Everything is awesome, no regrets at all

Simple DNS management, does what it says. Clean interface and easy renewal. Less functional than AWS but definitely easier to setup.

Good API (now), good support, everything you need in DNS/domain management and nothing more.

Overall, a rather rewarding experience.

Great prices and customization for all sorts of domains. The name reflects the pricing.

Namecheap is cheap, and that's all a registrar needs to be. Their UI is clear, buying / renewing is quick. They propose basic options for domain management (DNS, redirects, email redirects, etc.) but we usually don't use Namecheap for this, as other options are better suited (like Cloudflare for DNS/CDN or GSuite for email).

Namecheap is my go-to for domain registration and DNS management due to the easy-to-use interface and low prices.

Very straightforward domain search, cheap registration, and easy hand-off to other services.

Cheap, clean UI, and great selection of SSL certificates.

These guys suck. Impossible UI. Difficult to perform basic tasks. Good luck moving domains away from them

Namecheap is simple and straightforward. I've transferred a number of domains from GoDaddy into Namecheap, it's worked basically as advertised and is affordable.

Easy dashboard implementation for managing different domain tasks and once we were doing SSL, their cPanel setup was consistent and smooth

Recommended

Been using it for years for personal domains, and now with company domains. Has 2-factor auth and allows you to assign admin users. Very satisfied.