By Scholly, Inc

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-11-16
  • Current IOS App Version: 1.13.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 37.19 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Scholly, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 3,872 IOS App Ratings


Scholly takes the hassle out of the scholarship search process so you can focus on what’s important - getting free money for school. We have helped students win over $100 million in scholarships so far, making college affordable and dreams a reality. Scholly was created by Christopher Gray who won $1.3 million in scholarships through grit, sweat and hustle. In realizing how broken and time-consuming the financial aid and scholarship search processes were, he created Scholly to make things much easier. How does Scholly make it easy? * Personalized Scholarship Search: Find scholarships for college and graduate school tailored just for you * AI-Powered Proofreading: Instantly proofread and enhance scholarship essays and writing assignments with Scholly Editor (desktop only) * Easy Tracking: Manage and track your application statuses all in one place * Mobile & Desktop: Access your scholarships wherever you go, on all your devices You will not be charged during your free trial period. When the free trial ends, your iTunes Account will be charged for the annual subscription price of $29.99. To avoid that, you must cancel the subscription at least 24 hours before it expires. Manage your subscriptions in your iTunes Account Settings. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to Scholly. Membership automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Terms of Use:



  • Scam???

    By 3rd yr college
    Did anyone actually get a scholarship though?? Like is it worth it to pay because I’ve heard you’re not supposed to pay for scholarships it’s a scam😐😐🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️
  • Not working

    By 25caleb
    I tried using this app and I tried the 2.99 a month and the free version either way I never saw a scholarship and deleted it after two months.
  • I’m a student, it helps!

    By broke but hopefull
    Although I have yet to be granted a scholarship I have found here, it has provided me with an endless supply of choices from which to choose. I seen one or two sketchy ones but the greater majority are legitimate. I really like this app and I hope it pays off for me. Worth the 2.99
  • Paid stuff

    By ElKePoN
    As soon as downloaded it asks you to pay
  • Charging broke students?

    By ericmendo
    You have to pay money to find help getting money?? You do realize that students are looking for money to help their financial situation.... no thanks
  • Disappointed

    By Jawaddd
    I am bit disappointed. Too many bugs . There is no sorting options and not enough scholarships . Too many redundant questions
  • How am I supposed to pay if am asking for money

    By Dhiwnds
    Am sorry but I don’t think that I should pay money trying to obtain a scholarship.
  • Error.

    By Dmyourz
    Every time I open the app “server error” very disappointed tried finding scholarships and this keeps popping up. Monthly scholarship for nothing Iv used this app for 30 minutes! I want my $3 back.
  • Disappointed

    By Bed is great
    I was happy to finally see an app that had the ability to find college scholarships. After signing up for an account, I was immediately disappointed with the result. It had a monthly fee or a yearly fee. With my family being tight on money, I went to my home screen and deleted the app. I don’t understand why you would make something that costs money when as a child, the founder was part of a family that was laid off. I’m guessing he didn’t have an extra $5 laying around. I’m going to find a new app that is free.
  • $2.99

    By WWE needs to update this app
    Most students need some form of aid to help cover the cost of tuition and other fees. If the creators of this app want to charge its users $$ then the scholarships should be a given. Why pay $$ for scholarships that are not guaranteed, appears to be a waste of $$. As a student I do not have $$ to waste on scholarships that are not guaranteed.