When reviewing a paper, you'll often want to fact-check the authors' claims, and the easiest way to follow their chain of reasoning is to go to the source of the cited material. But checking the references can be a frustrating experience - you copy and paste each one into Google Scholar and hope to find them. Or, if you're lucky, the publisher may give you temporary access to their paywalled repository - but you still often need to search for each cited source.
With Scholarcy, you automatically get links to the source of each cited article, so checking the references is only a click away. What's more, once Scholarcy has found the cited paper, with a second click it will provide you with that paper's highlights.