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JayADee
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  #1230776 3-Feb-2015 20:58
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Web site says "Sign up is no longer required for Google Earth Pro. Click here to download Earth Pro, then sign in using your email address and the License Key GEPFREE."

 
 
 

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  #1231373 4-Feb-2015 20:51
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It didn't like my primary Gmail address and I think it may be because my original (free) Google Earth was associated with my primary Gmail account. I signed up for Pro using a seperate Gmail account (used for logging into American itunes / Netflix et al) and it worked fine.

Anyway, for home use I cant see that there is much (any) difference between the free and the Pro versions. But still pleased to have the bells and whistles version...just in case.

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  #1231490 5-Feb-2015 08:36
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Will accept gmail addresses, my Google Earth was associated to my Gmail as well and went through fine on a 2nd attempt. Its not the addresses at fault, more the system being overloaded.





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  #1231857 5-Feb-2015 19:04
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Worked fine with my Gmail on first attempt.

Thanks JWR for the heads up on this deal.




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  #1234314 10-Feb-2015 20:30
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so what new tricks can i do on GEP?

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Sign up is no longer required for Google Earth Pro. Click here to download Earth Pro, then sign in using your email address and the License Key GEPFREE.

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