Namecheap Introduces “Beast Mode”

Namecheap sent out a press release this morning introducing a new bulk domain name search tool that the company says could help domain investors. The tool is called “Beast Mode,” and it is bill as “one of the fastest and most comprehensive bulk-search tools on the market.” Users can search up to 5,000 keywords at a time in multiple extensions. By comparison, GoDaddy’s bulk search tool (which I use occasionally) allows 500 domain names per search.

In addition to the press release I shared below, Namecheap also posted a video to show how visitors can use the bulk search tool to find domain names:

I had a look at the video and checked out the tool, and it does seem more robust than a standard availability search tool. It almost seems like a hybrid domain name spinning tool and a bulk search tool combined into one tool.

Here’s the Namecheap press release announcing today’s news:

Namecheap Unveils Clever New ‘Beast Mode’ Search Tool For Domain Investors, Bulk Domain Buyers, New Businesses & Startups

Domainers Can Search, Find and Purchase Hundreds of Domains In A Few Clicks; Handy Search Tool For New Businesses Looking To Find A Perfect Domain Name

Phoenix, AZ – June 14, 2019 – Namecheap, the world’s second largest retail domain registrar, is launching ‘Beast Mode’ – a slick and incredibly handy new domain name search tool designed for domain investors, bulk domain buyers, and anyone looking for help finding the perfect domain name for their startup or new business endeavor.

See Beast Mode in action:
Try Beast Mode Search Tool:
Try Business Domain Name Generator:
Exclusive to Namecheap, ‘Beast Mode’ is one of the fastest and most comprehensive bulk-search tools on the market. Search up to 5000 keywords in record time, then check out with multiple domains, all in a few clicks. An incredibly useful feature for Domainers, and investors looking to search, anyone can find and purchase bulk domains in a quick, seamless and simple process.

Additionally, Beast Mode turns finding the perfect business domain name into an inspiring and clever process. Easily search of thousands of domain names in the blink of an eye, filtering and prioritizing, and discover new ideas with tools like Beast Mode’s prefix and suffix generator, and domain hack finder.

Beast Mode Key features:

Quickly find hidden gems – By searching en masse and eliminating premium domains from search results, quickly find the best domains to purchase.
Blazingly Fast – Blast through keywords in one of the fastest search times available.
Unbelievable search limit – Search up to 5000 domains or keywords at once.
Collaborate on searches – ‘Share Search’ feature enables collaboration on searches wherever a team/company is based.
Get new ideas – Namecheap’s intuitive tool generates clever domain hacks, and provides a list of prefixes and suffixes to help domain investors and entrepreneurs think of new ideas.
Mobile friendly – Beast Mode was created to perform on both desktop and mobile.
How Beast Mode Works

Tailor search in a seamless mobile or desktop experience

Add keywords
Choose extensions
Expand search results
Generate domains
Select and check out
About Namecheap

Namecheap is an ICANN-accredited domain registrar and technology company founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. Celebrating nearly two decades of providing unparalleled levels of service, security, and support, Namecheap has been steadfast in customer satisfaction. With over 10.5 million domains under management, Namecheap is among the top domain registrar and web hosting providers in the world. To learn more about Namecheap, visit

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  1. I think it has been available for a few months already. Namecheap’s top problem was that they let proceed with registration of names which are in fact not available – but you only learn that after you place order, and then you have to request refund… I haven’t yet registered anything with them since last year, but if the problem persists, this beast mode is not much of an achievement.


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