Domain Name Generators

We look at 20 of the best Random Domain Name Generators and reveal our overall favorite tool for choosing your blog and business name.

A domain name serves as your identity on the web. Choosing the perfect domain name that is not only catchy, brandable, and easy to remember, but one that is also available is hard.

In this article, I have tested the most popular domain generators, highlighted my top pick, and loosely ranked them in order of preference.

Here is a comparison of the main features the domain name generators:

Domain Availability Up-to-dateNew TLDsPrepend & append keywordsRandom WordsShort DomainsDomain HacksTLD CategoriesWord GroupsShare ResultsPremium domainsSocial Media Check
Namecheap Logonononoyesyesnonoyesnonoyes
Shopify Logonoyesnoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Namelix Logononoyesnonoyesnonoyesnono
Panabee Logononoyesnonoyesnonoyesnono
Bust a Name Logonoyesnononoyesyesyesyesyesyes
Namestall Logonononoyesyesyesyesnoyesyesyes
Namestation Logoyesnonononoyesyesnoyesyesyes
Impossibility Logonononoyesyesyesyesnoyesyesyes
Dot-o-mator Logonoyesnoyesyesyesyesnoyesyesyes
Domain Hole Logoyesnonoyesyesyesyesnoyesyesyes
Domain Typer Logonononoyesyesnoyesyesyesyesno
Namebounce Logonononoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Cool Name Ideas Logonoyesnoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesno
Lean Domain Logonoyesnoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Instant Domain Search Logononoyesnonoyesnonoyesnono
Name Mesh Logonononononoyesyesyesyesnoyes
Domains Bot Logoyesnonoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
I Want My Name Logononoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Domain Puzzler Logoyesnoyesyesyesyesyesyesnoyesyes
Nameboy Logoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes

Best Random Domain Name Generator

Only one tool can be the best.

That tool is Namecheap’s new “Beast Mode,” which fully integrates into their domain registrar ordering system.

#1. Namecheap’s “Beast Mode”

Key Features:
  • Domain Hacks
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Domain availability
  • Exclude premium domains
  • Search by category
  • Share your search with colleagues or friends
  • Import \ export options
  • Search up to 5000 domains or keywords at once

Namecheap’s Beast mode is a new feature recently added to Namecheap’s domain search tool.

The search tool fully integrates into Namecheap’s domain registrar services. This ensures the availability of domain names is up to date and makes ordering your domain easy.

The main features are as follows:

  • Great User Interface. The tool has a modern feel and is very easy to use.

  • Domain Hacks. This is one of my favorite features. You can switch on this option to find smart ways of integrating your keywords with the domain name extensions. Examples include amaz.on instead of amazon.com, or johndoe.ltd instead of johndoeltd.com.

    Beast Mode - Domain Hacks
    Beast Mode - Domain Hacks © The Webmaster

  • Prepend \ append keyword. Beast mode allows you the ability to append prefixes and suffixes. It is incredible how their simple default list can create some excellent suggestions. You can also add more to the list should you need to.

    Beast Mode - Append Prefix / Suffix
    Beast Mode - Append Prefix / Suffix © The Webmaster

  • Domain availability. Many domain name generators rely on outdated or cached lists of available domains. Because the tool was created by one of the most popular registrars, it retrieves the availability of domains in realtime.
    Beast Mode allows you to toggle whether to see unavailable domains.

    Beast Mode - Hide unavailable domains.
    Beast Mode - Hide unavailable domains. © The Webmaster

  • Toggle premium domains. Easily Toggle premium domains to find more desirable domain names to purchase.

    Beast Mode - Hide unavailable domains.
    Beast Mode - Hide unavailable domains. © The Webmaster

  • Search by category. Beast mode allows you to search by domain TLD category. Choose from most popular, to finance, professional business, marketing, colors, fun, or even domains that cost $2 or less. By avoiding the most popular TLD’s such as .com, you will increase your choice significantly.

    Beast Mode - TLD Categories
    Beast Mode - TLD Categories © The Webmaster

  • Share your search with colleagues or friends. This is another of my favorite features. You can share a link to your current search, enabling you to share it with friends or colleagues to get their view on the suggestions. More importantly, it allows you to revisit old searches easily.

    Beast Mode - Share Results
    Beast Mode - Share Results © The Webmaster

  • Export results. You can export domain name suggestions, although this didn’t appear to work when testing.

  • Search up to 5000 domains or keywords at once. You can import and check up to 5000 domains or keywords in one go.

Missing features. There are a couple of features that would have made this tool even better.

  • You are unable to limit the number of characters in a domain.
  • A social media username checker to ascertain the availability of your chosen name would be useful.

I am a little picky here, as even without them, this is my “go-to” tool.

Video Walkthrough

You can view a demonstration of how to use Beast Mode in the video below:

Namecheap is one of the most popular and cheapest domain name registrars around. I have been using them for nearly ten years now and highly recommend them.

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Best Free Domain Name Generator Alternatives

There are some great alternatives, including Short Name Generators, and tools that check for social media profiles based on your keyword.

This list is in rough order of preference. I have put some of my favorites tools at the top of the list. Those at the very bottom are not necessarily the worst.

#2. Shopify Business Name Generator

Key Features:
  • Incredibly simple
  • Shows appended/prepended keywords
  • Domain availability (.com only)

To use Shopify’s Business Name Generator, enter any keyword in the search box. There are no other options available.

Here are my findings:

  • The suggested domains are relatively simple in scope, with your keyword either appended or prepended onto another word.
  • The Business Name suggestions are displayed as a brand name (i.e., with spaces, capitalization).
  • The tool only suggests names that have an available .com extension.
  • Overall, this is a straightforward and simple tool that provides sensible suggestions.

Example Search:

Business Name Generator Example Search for 'Craft'.
Business Name Generator Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

Example Search:

Nameboy Example Search for 'Craft'.
Nameboy Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#3. Namelix

Key Features:
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Domain availability (limited choice)
  • Short Domains
  • Premium Domain Names, with pricing.
  • AI Domain Name Generator
Namelix is a domain name generator tool created by the company Brandmark.io. Brandmark is an automated Logo design service that can create a unique, professional-looking logo from just a few pieces of information, such as Brand Name and keywords.

With Namelix, not only do you get domain name ideas, but you also get those ideas presented together with an example logo. This is quite a unique feature, and great if you are on a budget and trying to get your brand off the ground. The logos are relatively simple, though.

Here are my findings:

  • After entering your initial request, you can further refine by adding more related words, adding negative words, choosing shorter names, keywords, and checking for domain name availability.
  • All the main domain name extensions are available, such as .com, .io, .ai, .com, .net, etc. However, the new domain suffixes are not available.
  • The tool provides significantly better results when adding multiple keywords.
  • The tool uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to generate short, brandable domain name ideas.
  • Overall, the domain name search tool is excellent. It has a large number of suggestions that can be refined. I am impressed.

Example Search:

Namelix Example Search for 'Craft'.
Namelix Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#4. Panabee

Key Features:
  • Random domain names
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Limit to character length
  • Domain availability
  • Short domains suggested
  • Many methods of creation
  • Related terms

To use Panabee, enter any keyword in the search box and select from several different options (I’ll highlight these in a moment).

Alternatively, the tool acts as a random domain name generator, although the results when doing it a much more hit or miss.

Here are my findings:

  • The suggested domains are varied and complex in scope. The tool provides an extensive list of suggestions based on many weird and wonderful rules such as “append ific,” “append io,” “misspell i as y,” “slang z” and more. This truly is brilliant.
  • A list of related terms is provided so you can rerun the tool for more ideas.
  • The tool is straightforward to use as there are virtually no options available. However, it produces some of the best results.
  • Overall, this is one of the best domain name generators I have found to generate random domain ideas. The tool explains the method they use for creating each of the suggestions, and you end up with some completely random, but sensible ideas. This has to be one of my favorites.

Example Search:

Panabee Example Search for 'Craft'.
Panabee Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#5. Bust a Name

Key Features:
  • Random domain names
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Limit to character length
  • Choose “naturality” of domain
  • Domain availability
  • Short domains (5 characters)
  • Similar keyword suggestions

To use Bust a Name, enter any keyword in the search box and select from some options (I’ll highlight these in a moment). Alternatively, the tool acts as a random domain name generator, although I am not sure I would recommend going that route.

Here are my findings:

  • The suggested domains are relatively basic in scope, with your keyword either appended or prepended onto another word. You will need to do multiple searches with different options, as you can only choose one or the other.

  • You can check whether the domain is available for .com, .net, .org, .info and .biz domains. You can even see what domains have already been taken if you tick the “show taken” option.

  • There is no sorting or filtering functionality, but instead, you can choose the length of the domain, and “naturality” when configuring the tool.

  • The tool provides a list of “Similar Words to Try,” which I think is quite useful.

  • The “someone natural” setting suggests readable domains consisting of proper words. My trial of this yielded some interesting possibilities.

Example Search:

BustAName Example Search for 'Craft'.
BustAName Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#6. NameStall

Key Features:
  • Allow hyphens (not recommended)
  • Keywords at beginning/end
  • Multiple TLD availability (wide choice)
  • Search different word-groups
  • Other related tools available

To use Nameboy, enter a Primary keyword in the search box, choose Word Group (if required), and select keyword placement options.

Here are my findings:

  • The proposed domain names are relatively simple in scope, with the Word Group either appended or prefixed onto your keywords.
  • The ability to choose from different Word Groups is potent and perfect for narrowing down choices. You can select popular words, smart misspellings, objects, topics, parts of speech, to mention a few.
  • Nameboy has a suite of tools, including:
    • 3 Words Domain Name Generator
    • Rhyming Domain Name Generator
    • Random Keyword Domains
    • Domain Brainstorm
  • Overall, this is quite a powerful tool and appears to be a little more sophisticated with it’s differing Word Groups

Example Search:

NameStall Example Search for 'Craft', with secondary word 'sewing'.
NameStall Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#7. Name Station

Key Features:
  • Multiple Search types
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Topic lists
  • Made-up words
  • Tweaked \ blended words
  • Domain availability (via link)
  • Similar keyword suggestions

To use Name Station, enter any keyword in the search box, followed by any secondary keywords (optional). On the results screen, you will be able to filter from a range of options under three categories; Compound words, Tweaked words, and Made-up names.

Also, you can narrow the suggestions further by choosing from a large selection of word lists.

Here are my findings:

  • The “Compound words” domain name suggestions were cleverly done. The tool was not limited to using your specified keyword and correctly picked up the intent of the keyword. You can filter these specific results by suffixes, prefixes, word list selection, hand-picked names, popular affixes, related words, conceptual names, plurals, and alternative names.
  • The “Tweaked words” domain name suggestions were the most interesting, and if you want a made-up domain name, then it does a respectable job.
  • The “Made-up names” were what you might typically expect. Complete random nonsense that on our test run revealed nothing remotely usable. However, you can keep clicking “Generate” to create some more random domain name ideas, so who knows. You may get lucky.
  • The tool provides a list of “Similar Words to Try,” which I think is quite useful.
  • Overall, this is one of my favorite tools, with some excellent suggestions. The only issue is the lack of proper domain availability functionality and the automatic suggestion of new TLDs. This limits its usefulness.

Example Search:

Name Station Example Search for 'Craft'.
Name Station Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#8. Impossibility!

Key Features:
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Choose adjectives, verbs, nouns
  • Domain availability

To use Impossibility!, enter any keyword in the search box and select the category of a word to prefix or append.

Here are my findings:

  • The suggested domains are simple, as it only allows you to combine words using your keyword as a prefix and suffix.
  • You can check the domain availability for .com domains.
  • There is no sorting or filtering functionality. The only options are to choose the type of word to prepend or append. You can select 4, 5 or 6 letter adjectives, verbs or nouns. Or, you can select all of them at once for more random results.
  • Overall, this is not the best domain name generator tool regarding functionality, but the names suggested were reasonable.

Example Search:

Impossibility! Example Search for 'Craft'.
Impossibility! Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#9. Dot-o-Mator

Key Features:
  • Random domain names
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Domain name availability
  • Topical word lists
  • Limited domain extensions
  • iPhone app in the App Store

To use Dot-o-Mator, select a beginning word or word list, and an ending word or word list. It will then generate available domain names. I have found that the tool works best when you add your keyword as one of these options, along with your chosen word list for the other option.

Here are my findings:

  • The suggested domains are relatively simple, with any keyword being added as a prefix and suffix depending on your settings. Essentially, the tool allows you to combine words that you specify, or from the lists you define.
  • The tool only shows suggestions if the .com domain name is available.
  • Overall, I was not overly impressed by this tool. The number of proposals for each dictionary word list was minimal. Many of the ideas were already taken; most of my searches revealed only a couple of available domain names.

Example Search:

Dot-o-Mator Example Search for 'Craft'.
Dot-o-Mator Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#10. Domainhole

Key Features:
  • You can choose from three different tools.
  • Choose randomly based on character length and type.
  • Get ideas based on a specific keyword
  • Name spinner based on keyword and combination of words, verbs, popular appends, and more.
  • Domain availability checker (although this proved to be unreliable during testing.)
Domainhole is a company that specializes in selling expired, or expiring domains with a suite of features for this purpose, including domain metrics.

Also, they have three tools that can help you come up with domain name ideas:

Domain Generator Tool

This uses an unusual method, whereby you choose the Name Length, the TLD, and a template consisting of Letters, Consonants and Vowels.

Domainhole Domain Generator.
Domainhole Domain Generator. © The Webmaster

Here are my findings:

  • The accuracy of whether a domain is taken is poor.
  • You can choose a domain length of 4 to 10 characters, or the range 5-10 characters.
  • You can choose from 9 different TLD’s
  • You can select the location of Vowels, Consonants, and Letters.
  • Most of the names generated were jibberish and of poor quality.

Brainstormer Tool

The tool uses a keyword to brainstorm domain name ideas. It provides suggestions for popular TLDs, including new TLDs, spelling variations, expired domains, name spinning, and a list of similar words so you can rerun the tool.

Domainhole Domain Generator.
Domainhole Domain Generator. © The Webmaster

Here are my findings:

  • The accuracy of whether a domain is available is inadequate.
  • It includes premium domains for sale.
  • Domain name availability is not accurate.
  • Most suggestions are jibberish and not brandable. The name spinner provided the best ideas.

Name Spinner Tool

The Brainstormer tool included some suggestions from the Name Spinner Tool. Overall, the Name Spinner suggestions were superior to the other methods. The Name Spinner Tool has additional configuration options, including keyword, hyphens, combining with other words, added word location, and works with nine popular TLDs.

Domainhole Name Spinner.
Domainhole Name Spinner. © The Webmaster

Here are my findings:

  • The accuracy of whether a domain is taken is poor.
  • Add your keyword to get started.
  • Choice of 9 TLDs including .com, .net, .org, .us, .info, .me, and .biz.
  • Choose word type to combine with your chosen keyword, such as nouns, motivational words, popular words, etc.
  • Choose to add the added word in the middle, beginning, or at the end of your keyword.
  • Overall this tool provided some decent suggestions.

#11. DomainTyper

Key Features:
  • Suggestions show as you type
  • Checks any Domain Extension
  • Whois Information available on taken domains. Plus make an offer.
  • See if a domain you want is on an auction
  • Add extensions to favorites
  • Check if Username is taken on social networks

Here are my findings:

  • DomainTyper is one of my favorite domain name generators. One of my biggest annoyances with other tools is that the domain name checking functionality is inaccurate. DomainTyper works perfectly. While it does cache domain name availability, you can hover over any suggestion and select “Double Check Availability.”
  • DomainTyper is perfectly named as an Instant Domain Generator. As you start typing, you will see the suggestions update with every letter.
  • One of the best features is the favorites feature. You can add domain names and extensions to shortlists to help manage your ideas.
  • The suggestions are helpful, with some excellent suggestions, and no gibberish.
  • The tool will tell you whether the domain has previously been reported as hacked.
  • You can check social media to see if your suggested domain name is available for all your Social Media accounts. This is very useful.

Example Search:

DomainTyper Example Search for 'Craft'.
DomainTyper Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#12. NameBounce

Key Features:
  • Multiple TLD availability checks
  • Unique suggestions
  • Prepend/append/replace keywords
  • Filter by keyword, length, and syllables
  • Keyword-based suggestions
  • Add names to a favorites list

To use NameBounce, enter 1-3 keywords into the search box. Within seconds, NameBounce will present you with hundreds of relevant domain name suggestions.

Here are my findings:

  • If you enter one keyword, the tool adds popular prefixes and suffixes to the keyword you enter.
  • If you enter 2 or 3 keywords, the tool replaces one of the keywords you enter with similarly related words.
  • You can generate domain names for country-code TLDs such as .co.uk, .in, and .nl.
  • You can filter the results by starting word, ending word, length, and syllable count.
  • The initial search isn’t 100% accurate, particularly for the CCTLDs, but you can click on a name to double-check that it is available.
  • Overall, this is a great tool. It’s easy to use, is one of the few generators that will search CCTLDs, and offers good filtering options.

Example Search:

NameBounce Example Search for 'Craft'.
NameBounce Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#13. Cool Name Ideas

Key Features:
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Domain availability (limited choice)
  • Short Domains
  • It displays a large number of results
Cool Name Ideas takes a somewhat unique approach. To use the tool, you will need to answer a few questions.

These include the type of business, what benefits that business will bring, style of business and preferred top-level domains. It is more like a business or company name suggestion tool than a domain generator.

Here are my findings:

  • It would appear the business name questions trigger various keyword lists, rather than anything overly sophisticated. However, I found that the tool does seem fairly good, and you may see a great domain suggestion.
  • You can check the domain availability for .com, .net, .org, .info and .biz domains.
  • A few advanced features allow you to place your keyword in the middle, beginning, or end of the company names suggested. You can also limit the domain length by character length, allowing you to search for short domain names.
  • Overall, the domain name search appears to be fairly good, with a large number of suggestions being made.

Update: The tool is not currently working properly. You are not able to complete the form asking all the different questions.

Example Search:

Cool Name Ideas Example Search for 'Craft'.
Cool Name Ideas Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster
Key Features:
  • Strictly keyword-based
  • Domain availability (.com only)
  • Twitter handle check
  • Basic Sort \ Filter

To use Lean domain search, enter any keyword in the search box. Within seconds you will see hundreds of creative domain name ideas.

Here are my findings:

  • The search tool allows you to combine your keyword with another by either appended or prepended it. This makes it a useful tool if you want to use your particular keyword in your domain. It is not very helpful if you are looking for something a little different.
  • The domain availability feature only searches for .com domains. This severely limits choice, and not useful for finding new TLD’s or country-based TLD’s.
  • There is some basic sort functionality allowing you to choose based on length, alphabet, or popular domain.
  • You can filter based on whether your keyword is placed at the beginning, or the end of the suggested domain.
  • Overall, the suggestions seem to be decent, with very few nonsense ideas.

Example Search:

Lean Domain Search Example Search for 'Craft'.
Lean Domain Search Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster
Key Features:
  • Multiple TLD availability check.
  • Unique suggestions
  • Keyword-based suggestions
  • Includes premium domains

To use Instant Domain Search, add your keyword to the search box. There are no other options available.

Here are my findings:

  • This tool provides some very creative domain ideas. It does not merely prepend or append a keyword but instead will suggest domains using related words as well.
  • This is a potent tool if you are looking for a cool domain name using the new domain name extensions.
  • As the name implies, it will check domain names instantly as you type.
  • Overall, it is a straightforward tool and provides quite a few unique suggestions. It is, however, a little spammy. It constantly auto-redirects you to GoDaddy, which I don’t like at all.

Example Search:

Instant Domain Search Example Search for 'Craft'.
Instant Domain Search Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#16. Name Mesh

Name Mesh.
Key Features:
  • Multiple Suggestion styles
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Short Domain Names
  • Made-up words
  • Multiple domain extensions (including new ones)
  • Domain name checker \ availability
  • Social Media Handle availability

To use Name Mesh, enter any keyword (it works best when you add multiple keywords) in the search box. On the results screen, you will see the results by suggestion style (New TLD, Short, fun, etc.). You can at this stage, select the maximum length of the domain name, and detailed suggestions for .io, .co and .net domain extensions.

Here are my findings:

  • The suggestions are quite varied and are collated into different styles. I like this a lot.
  • There is minimal filtering ability.
  • It can function as a short domain name generator by limiting the number of characters available. The only issue is that some of the very short domains (2 or 3 letter words) looked available to register, but they were not.
  • Overall, it is straightforward with limited options, but it does it differently to all the other tools. The collation into suggestion types is excellent, and it does appear to have much more useful suggestions as a result.
  • It could have been one of my favorite tools, but it undertakes very spammy behavior by redirecting you to Bluehost on most clicks.

Example Search:

Name Mesh Example Search for 'Craft'.
Name Mesh Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#17. Domains Bot

Key Features:
  • New gTLD suggestions
  • Prepend \ append keyword
  • Domain availability
  • You can add specific keywords.
  • Multiple languages

To use Domains Bot, enter any keyword in the search box and select the type of TLD’s you wish to search (includes new gTLDs, and ccTLDs). You can add synonyms as prefixes or suffixes.

Here are my findings:

  • The domain name generator does a great job at suggestion new gTLDs, and as a result, there could be some concise names available (i.e., 5 or 6 words).
  • Availability of all the domains is checked upon search. However, many of the results had already been taken.
  • I don’t think this tool is one of the best. The suggestions for .com domains and other TLD’s were very uninspiring.

Example Search:

Domains Bot Example Search for 'Craft'.
Domains Bot Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#18. I Want My Name

Key Features:
  • New top-level domains
  • Domain availability

To use I Want My Name, input in your dictionary or made-up word into the search box and click the search button. There are no options.

Here are my findings:

  • I don’t know why this tool has made it onto so many lists of popular domain name generators. It appears to be a standard domain registrar tools that allow you to search domain names.

Example Search:

I Want My Name Example Search for 'Craft'.
I Want My Name Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster

#19. Domain Puzzler

Key Features:
  • Domain Availability (multiple TLD’s)
  • Use a list of keywords to generator names
  • Generator names using familiar words
  • Can share favorite results via email
  • Does not work if you have an ad blocker enabled.
  • Most Advanced Features are not working.

You have two main options here; Firstly, the “Advanced” search, which requires you to add a list of words to combine with a primary keyword. Secondly, the “Magic” search automatically combines your keyword with popular words.

Here are my findings:

  • If you already have a long list of words you wish to try and combine, this may help find available domains. However, the accuracy of the available domains was poor.
  • The Magic tool is untested because it failed to work.
  • Overall, this tool was of poor quality. I wasn’t able to get the “Magic” popular word option to work. When searching for domain ideas using a random set of keywords I entered in manually, it said certain domains were available even though they were taken.

#20. Nameboy

Nameboy.
Key Features:
  • Use a Primary & Secondary keyword.
  • Basic suggestions.
  • Spam site that keeps redirecting to Bluehost.

This site has recently had a complete redesign. Almost all the functionality removed, with only basic functionality remaining.

It is now little more than a spam site that opens Bluehost on every click.

There is no functionality such as domain name availability, or checking different TLD’s. You might as well take a dictionary and add random words to the beginning or end of your keywords.

Avoid.

Example Search:

Nameboy Example Search for 'Craft'.
Nameboy Example Search for 'Craft'. © The Webmaster
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