The League

The League

By The League App, Inc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-07-15
  • Current Version: 2.7.12
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 69.50 MB
  • Developer: The League App, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
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From 11,858 Ratings

Description

We’ll do the vetting so you can do the petting. Want to date someone who shares your drive? And maybe, just maybe, you’d like to meet someone attractive enough to look good in black-and-white photos, courteous enough to use punctuation marks, and flexible enough to fit into your way-too-restrictive scheduling blocks? While your mother calls you picky, we call you self-aware. It’s happy hour, so go get ’em.' League users now have the option of becoming a member by purchasing several subscription options. This membership offers extra perks, customization, more prospects & invites to exclusive events. Depending on what term you choose, your Membership will last for either 1 month, 6 month, or 12 month, and automatically renew at those intervals from point of purchase onward. If you wish to cancel your membership before it is renewed, you must do so at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and will be renewed at the same price the next term. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. See terms and conditions at http://bit.ly/LeagueMembershipTerms and our privacy policy http://www.theleague.com/privacy-terms/

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Reviews

  • Frustrated in DC

    1
    By dc dispappointed
    They promise that you will have prospects in my city - I have seen two people who live in DC - all others are in NYC which is great as that’s my hometown by not where I live and date - it’s therefore false advertising and they should refund my money!
  • Not so great

    1
    By MarinaEO
    This app honestly does not match you with many people or even any at all. I’ve had attractive, successful friends that have not gotten any matches which is crazy to me. At least 2 of your “matches” are chat groups that are beyond cliché. It takes forever to get accepted and then you get a bunch of not great matches that you have to wait to choose from at 5pm. Not a fan.
  • Absolutely NO matches - don’t bother.

    1
    By LoireLoire
    There are no matches on this app ever and I’ve been on it for around 6 months. Don’t even bother.
  • Great customer service!

    5
    By Mark H dawg
    Concierge Marina from west village is awesome! The wait list is very shocking, especially when you see your number but if you endorse friends or have diversity for you, your chances of moving up in the list are great. I got accepted within a week and it’s an interesting layout for sure. Overall though, a great experience!
  • An app that shows you pretty and educated people who are flakes!

    1
    By AbbieG1122
    He went to Harvard? Very nice. Yale MBA? Sounds good to me. You connect - hooray! Only to have conversation fade in 24 hours. Or the ones who do say “let’s go out” end up not. The one date I actually went on, he had hair longer than me, and he reminded me Ron Swanson from Parks and Rec, complete with an obsession with bacon, guns, and an antithesis for clear alcohols. I’ve pretty much concluded that if you’re an educated and attractive woman who can handle yourself in a courtroom, a board room, or a news room, you’re always going to be single, because even if he went to Harvard, he’s going to resent that you can keep up with him. Don’t bother wasting your time.
  • Best dating app yet

    5
    By Brian Qualls
    If The League were a ratio, it’d be best described as Qual over Quan. I like that I don’t get the quantity, which can be overwhelming and difficult to sort through. The quality, however, is impressive. I’ve met some wonderful women and I appreciate the very thoughtful people behind the development of this app.
  • Great in concept, weak in execution.

    1
    By JFM415
    The only filter seems to be education and profession, and that doesn’t seem to work well. I got some prospects who didn’t have anything listed for education and many are vague about their jobs. How did that get past the drafting committee? How am I supposed to know if I like this guy or not? Beyond education and profession, what if you’re trying to avoid the never married or currently separated types? Or overweight and out of shape? No way to do that or even know without ❤️-ing someone, hoping he does the same, and flat out asking all these details that you could get from many other dating apps. That’s a lot of effort to find out what you could just by reading a profile on other apps. My first batch was two doctors and a lawyer. After that it went downhill. I saw a reply from the developer to someone who made the same observation, and the developer’s passive aggressive response was that your profile gets scored by the community and your matches reflect your score. So basically the developer was saying if you’re griping you’re getting losers, it’s because you’re a loser, so don’t blame us. I’m not saying people are losers, I’m just saying there’s little way to determine if you’re actually compatible because they don’t filter well for you, and you can’t do it yourself. The app looks elegant, but behind the minimalist exterior, it is unfortunately as basic as it looks. There are only 6 preferences: Age, Height, Distance, Ethnicity, Education, and Religion. Sure, that weeds out some people but guys lie about their height and age all the time so that hardly counts. Distance isn’t exactly a selective trait. That doesn’t leave much for selectivity. There’s a whole lot more to compatibility than just a few things. I wish I could just sit back and rely on their vetting process and save myself the aggravation, but in the end, it just couldn’t possibly work based on so few criteria. If you’re picky, unfortunately this app isn’t going to be picky for you. (UPDATE: Now all I get are guys who aren’t matches at all. They are uneducated, too young or too old, and live 500 miles away. That’s a “match”? They call that “outside my preferences” but they’re completely unacceptable and a waste of time. This whole exclusivity thing just means less prospects and less options. Internet dating is a numbers game. Being on a site with few prospects doesn’t really work. Also, they must have a cadre of interns doing the Developer responses to reviews because they respond faster to bad reviews than your “Concierge” will when you have an actual question about dating.)
  • Terrible

    1
    By allnamesrtakenshit
    Server is down more than it’s up; when it does work the options aren’t great... possibly the worst dating site I’ve tried.
  • Mediocre

    2
    By Liciapru
    You get few matches and there’s seems to be little momentum after you do match with anybody. It’s really weird. Also, the app doesn’t remind you that have potential matches so it’s easy to forget to use it at all. Note BACK to the editor- no one is disputing that we only get only sparse matches. You’re incorrect that because the matches are so sparse, that they are ‘’ore special/meaningful, etc. and lead to more interaction. The empirical feedback in the theses reviews suggests the opposite and is what I said...there’s no momentum after a match. It could be because there’s so little useful information in a persons profile to use as fodder. Most people have one line about themselves/ others don't even bother. This app does not work well. The majority of the reviews are negative. I’ve been on it for over a year, and haven’t had one date. Meanwhile, I get asked out on Hinge all the time.
  • This app is a joke

    2
    By chrissch76
    There are very few people on this app in a big city, and very little communication.

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