Grants.gov Mobile App’s Install Base Now 100,000-Strong

The Grants.gov mobile app, which launched in 2018, recently reached 100,000 installs by users of iOS and Android devices.

A growing number of grant pros are using the official Grants.gov app to keep abreast of federal grant announcements. The app makes it easy to find federal grant opportunities, add grant deadlines to your calendar, and subscribe to be notified when changes are made to a grant listing.

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The Grants.gov app was nominated for FedScoop’s Innovation of the Year award in 2018, and early reviews from the user base have been positive.

“The app is fast, easy, and user friendly. It looks good,” reads one App Store review.

“Excellent interface, very intuitive and nicely designed app that really facilitates the usually difficult process of searching for grants,” reads another.

 

What’s New With Version 1.1.0?

The latest update to the app (Version 1.1.0) brings a few highly-requested enhancements:

  • You can now search for grants and browse eligibility requirements without logging into your Grants.gov account within the app
  • You can now add the Closing Dates for packages to your phone’s calendar app
  • You can now enter a Grants.gov Tracking Number for a status update on your submission as a public user
  • You now have quick access to the Grants.gov Community Blog (that’s us!), Twitter and YouTube channels

 

More to Come

The Grants.gov app team is already hard at work developing yet-to-be-announced features.

And they’re always eager to engage with and hear from app users. Have an idea or suggestion for the Grants.gov app team? Share your feedback below and we will pass it along to the team.

To download the app, go to the Google Play store or to Apple’s App Store.

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