Download Google Earth Pro Version for Free
If you use Google Earth free version, here is a good news for you. The Pro version of Google Earth which used to cost $399 per year, is now available absolutely free for everyone.
Google Earth is a geographical information program which shows a virtual map view of Earth using images obtained from satellites and other sources. It comes in 2 versions: Free version with limited functionality and Pro version with extra features and commercial use.
Now Google has released Google Earth Pro for free to public and now anyone can use the Pro version without purchasing any license key.
Google Earth Pro comes with some extra features such as measuring 3D buildings, recording videos, printing high-resolution screenshots, etc.
Google Earth Pro features list:
- View demographic, parcel and traffic data layers
- Use advanced GIS data importing features to your advantage
- Measure area, radius and circumference on the ground
- Print high-resolution screenshots
- Make compelling offline movies to share
To grab the free copy of Google Earth Pro, you just need to follow these simple steps:
STEP 1: First download Google Earth Pro setup from following link:
Direct Download Link of Google Earth Pro (Thanks Gabriel)
STEP 2: You'll need email ID and a license key to register Pro version. Enter your email ID and following free license key:
That's it. Now you can enjoy Google Earth Pro version for free.
Google Earth Pro can be used in Windows XP or later and Mac OS X10.6.0 or later.
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