Browser Extension and FlashcardsFree

  • Download free from the Chrome or Edge store
  • Create summary cards from small-medium sized documents
  • Integrate with your Scholarcy Library


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Academic Institution License$8K+

  • Unlimited access to all Scholarcy Library features for entire organisation
  • Annual subscription fee based on FTE
  • Additional support for power users



Commercial API$225+

  • Integration: up to 1000 API calls per month, each request up to 20MB: $225 excl. per month. Metered billing for > 1000 API calls.
  • Growth: up to 4000 API calls per month, each request up to 30MB: $750 excl. per month. Metered billing for > 4000 API calls.
  • Dedicated server/cluster: from $1500 excl. per month plus metered billing by arrangement.
  • Custom: On-premises, no specific limits: $POA

† Assumes 1 API call per document

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Our browser extension can be freely downloaded from the Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge store. Clicking on the extension with any paper open in your browser will generate a Scholarcy summary alongside the paper. Browser extension users can also save summaries to their Scholarcy Library if they have a subscription.

Scholarcy Library lets you create shareable libraries of summary flashcards from your documents. Once you have signed up, you can start a 14 day free trial by entering your credit card details, which are stored securely by Stripe, the leading online payments platform. You’ll be sent a reminder email before your trial ends and before paid subscription starts, giving you plenty of time to cancel if you wish.

An Academic Institutional License provides all members of your educational institution access to Scholarcy for a single fee. Site license pricing is banded based on FTE, and subscriptions will be paid annually. Multi-year (3-5yr) subscriptions will receive a discount.

The Scholarcy API gives commercial organisations access to the Scholarcy engine via an API key. It extracts metadata, references and summarised content as structured data, and handles most document types (PDF, Word, HTML, Powerpoint, epub, XML, LaTeX). Use it to automatically extract the key findings and key terms from author submissions to improve SEO, or generate an abstract or lay summary for new papers.