The Bottom Line
- Abilon includes some filtering options
- Lets you organize feeds in folders
- Comes with a simple blogging tool
- Abilon lacks saved searches and virtual folders
- Does not integrate search engines
- Abilon isn't complete, some crashes
- Abilon is a three-paned RSS feed reader.
- Abilon lets you organize feeds and individual items saved for later in folders.
- Each feed can be assigned simple keyword filters that exclude certain items.
- Abilon includes a simple tool to post to Blogger, LiveJournal and MovableType blogs.
- New items can be announced via the Abilon system tray icon.
- Abilon supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/3/XP.
Guide Review - Abilon 2.5 - RSS News Feed Reader
As a basic RSS feed reader Abilon has its qualities, though. It announces news in the system tray, lets you organize feeds in folders, and you can save items for later in "memories" folders.
The scheduling options are a bit strange and inflexible, but they work.