GeoSetter allows users to upload photos and then define the location it was taken using the build-in map. Picmeta PhotoTracker on the other hand is a simple tool where you need to upload GOS exchange file(.gpx format) and then select the folder that contains the photos.
It will automatically geotag the photos based on the track data from GPS exchange file. The advantage of using this tool is that it keeps the metadata of the photos completely intact, unlike other tools which corrupt the EXIF, IPTC, etc metadata.
Another huge advantage of this app is that it can tag many image formats, including RAW formats. It writes GPS EXIF data to .jpg, .crw, .dng, .nef, .tif, .orf, .jp2, , and psd formats. For formats such as .cr2, it will create a XMP sidecar files based on Adobe standards. Sound pretty good for users who love to geotag each and every photo they take.
It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.