PhotoCool is program that comes packed with plenty of customization options to help you print images. It supports multiple formats, including PNG, JPG and BMP.
The interface of the application is user-friendly; you can get started by configuring the picture arrangement mode.
So, you can set the number of rows, columns and spacing, or select a preset (e.g. 1 row, 2 columns), as well as specify the page range.
In the following step, you can easily import images for processing, thanks to the intuitive Explorer-based layout; it is possible to work with multiple pictures at the same time.
PhotoCool provides you with some basic tools for image editing, such as resize, rotate, flip, crop, colorize, levels, balance and text.
Additionally, you can insert more pages, apply a header and footer, change the page viewing mode (e.g. fit page, two pages), align items, even the space, or bring multiple items to the same size. The project can be saved to file for further editing.
PhotoCool runs on a moderate amount of system resources, is pretty responsive to commands, supports multiple keyboard shortcuts and contains user documentation. The app did not cause us any difficulties during our evaluation, such as freezing, crashing or displaying error dialogs. Novices may take a while to learn how to use all of PhotoCool's features. No recent updates have been made to the app.