Last week we got an email from GEB reader Alan letting us know that Google Earth Pro, which formerly cost US$400 per year, appears to now be free. There has been no official announcement from Google as yet on the subject.
[Update: Google have now officially announced that Google Earth Pro is free. ]
We signed up for Google Earth Pro, and instead of granting us a 7-day trial licence as was formerly the case, we received an email with a licence key clearly stating that it is a free licence. Also, we formerly had a trial key and requested our account infomation. We received an email with our licence key and a stated expiry date of January 20, 2017. Both the above keys work in Google Earth Pro. In addition, links to licence purchasing and renewal pages now redirect to the Google Earth Pro download page.
Before you rush off to download Google Earth Pro, keep in mind that for the vast majority of users it has no significant features that they need. Be sure to check out the feature comparison list here before downloading it. Google Earth Pro suffers from all the same bugs that are found in Google Earth, as it is based on the same code base, so do not expect it to resolve bug related issues you may be having with Google Earth.
Google Earth Pro includes access to demographics, parcel data and daily traffic counts for the United States.
Google Earth Pro includes area and perimeter measurements of polygons, a feature not available in the standard version of Google Earth.
About Timothy Whitehead
Timothy has been using Google Earth since 2004 when it was still called Keyhole before it was renamed Google Earth in 2005 and has been a huge fan ever since. He is a programmer working for Red Wing Aerobatx and lives in Cape Town, South Africa.
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Download Google Earth Pro for Free – Official License
Download Google Earth Pro for Free – Official License. Google Earth is geographical information program and virtual globe software, provided by Google over the last 10 years, which is very useful tool for scientist, GIS analyst, hobbyist and for general public. Where Google Earth basic is Free, while Google previously distributing Google Earth pro version costing you around $399, providing more features than the basic version, which can now be downloaded for free getting a valid free licence.
Comparison list – Google Earth Basic vs Google Earth Pro version
But before downloading the Google Earth pro version which is actually free for now, we may compare Google Earth Basic version with Google Earth pro version and also list out extra features which makes your life easier going pro.
Google Earth provide Screen Resolution print images, while pro version of earth provides Premium high resolution images.
Earth enables you to import and Geolocate GIS images manually, while with pro version GIS images can be easily Geo-located Automatically.
Also pro version of Google earth makes you to import Super large images file for Overlays, while with basic earth would only limit you to import maximum texture size image files.
With all the above comparison, With Google Earth Pro you can make offline HD movies.
Can measure area, radius and circumference on the ground.
Map multiple points.
View demographic, parcel and traffic data layer.
Access to advanced importing features and map making tool.
Get the large data-set and batch Geocode address.
Spreadsheet Import: Ingest up to 2500 addresses at a time, assigning Placemarks and style templates in bulk.
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Download Google Earth Pro for Free – Grab valid License:
You just need to navigate to the official page of Google Earth, where you have to accept the terms and condition, and allow to download the Earth on your PC, either it is Mac, or Windows or Linux. Here is the link:
After installing it, you need to fill up the pop up window form, with valid email address and a license key. License code is ‘GEPFREE’. Your old license key would continue to work, if you already had one.
You may be intersted to see some tutorials on Google Earth:
No doubt Google with all different digital products, aims to makes your life easier and comfortable. There are many organization and individual, which are using Google Earth pro to perform different analysis, planning hikes, planning a new office building, trip to the mountains and placing solar panels on rooftops. Let us discuss by commenting below, where you use Google Earth pro? And how Earth software troubleshoot your work? Do download the Earth pro and enjoy its features.
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Obtaining and Setting a Google Maps API Key
The Scrivito Example App comes with a Google Maps widget you can use on any page. The location the widget should display as well as a couple of display options can be set via the widget properties.
However, after closing the properties dialog, the map might not be displayed if you haven’t provided the app with a Google Maps API key.
Here’s how such a key can be obtained and then set in the Example App.
Obtaining a Google Maps API key
Click “Select or create project” and create a project if you don’t have one already and only want to look up the key. Then click NEXT to have your key generated.
Afterwards, your new API key is displayed; you might want to copy it to the clipboard for pasting it to the Example App later on.
We recommend to not click DONE now but switch to the “API Console” to protect your key from being used illegitimately.
Next to replacing the key with a new one (in case it has been misused) or deleting it, the Google API Console lets you restrict the use of the key to specific websites. We highly recommend doing this by specifying all the sites the key is used on as “HTTP referrers”, including your local development URL (localhost:8080) and your production, preview, and staging sites.
After entering your HTTP referrers, save the changes you made in the API console, and you are ready to go! By the way, Google provides a Dashboard for managing all your Google APIs and services.
Set the API key in your example app
The Scrivito Example App has several website-related (not just page-related) settings which can be accessed via the “Site settings” tab in the homepage properties. So, navigate to the homepage and open the page properties in Edit mode. Then scroll down and paste your Google Maps API key to the corresponding input field, and close the dialog.
That was it! You can now reload the page containing the map or change the location to be displayed in the widget and see how the map gets updated.
Don’t forget to publish the working copy to activate your map for the visitors of your site.