Nicely designed software appealing to amateur and professional photographers
Pros & Cons:
digiKam was built for Linux but there is also a Windows version. It is difficult to load effectively in Windows - but it can be done, even though it is not as stable in Windows as in Linux.
It is very much work in progress: new features and add-ins are on offer all the time and even if you didn't choose it right now, you might want to bookmark the link to the DigiKam website because I have a feeling it will be offering even more very shortly.
However, like my other rated products, digiKam is packed with useful features. It is a very good, nicely designed piece of software which should appeal to serious amateur and professional photographers alike.
See also digiKam reviewed as an advanced image editor.
digiKam was reviewed by Gizmos Freeware on