The League

The League

By The League App, Inc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-07-15
  • Current Version: 2.6.17
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 62.92 MB
  • Developer: The League App, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 2,150 Ratings

Description

Equalist. Not Elitist. See our mission statement at bit.ly/leaguemission So you want to date someone that shares your same education level AND ambition/drive? And maybe, just maybe, you'd like them to be in your same neighborhood, attractive enough to at LEAST look good in a black-and-white photo, with a height that meets your way-too-restrictive height preferences. Perhaps you also want them to share your religion as well. While your mother may call you picky, we call you self-aware. It's about to be happy hour, so go get 'em. #singleisin #neversettle League users now have the option of becoming a member by purchasing a yearly subscription for $199/year (equivalent to $15/month). This membership offers extra perks, customization, more prospects, invites to exclusive events, and is auto-renewing until cancelled by user via iTunes (or settings). Users who wish to cancel their subscription must do so at least 24-hours before the end of the current period . See terms and conditions at http://bit.ly/LeagueMembershipTerms and our privacy policy http://www.theleague.com/privacy-terms/

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Reviews

  • Waiting list

    1
    By Ging79007
    I never write reviews but will on this one. This app basically wants you to pay... Or get some VIP pass, sign up a friend or check your status every hour. Which if we’re all in fact working individuals don’t have time for that. This app is a pay or wait game. Who buys anything without seeing it first.
  • This isn’t a dating app

    1
    By Jamo0001
    This is a data-mining scam, and their Terms of Service reveals it. Here’s their play: force you to log in with multiple social media accounts (do Tinder, et al, ask you for your Facebook *and* LinkedIn data?) Next, they put you on a “waiting list” so that your social media accounts stay sync’ed up with their servers for as long as possible; this prevents you from deactivating your account once you “get accepted into The League” like people often do once they realize a given dating app is just the same (if not worse) than all the others. Then, they aggregate and sell all of the users’ data (including the 99% that are on the “waiting list”). Look in their Terms of Service: “Aggregate Data. We may anonymize and aggregate data collected through the Service and use it for any purpose.” If this were *actually* about helping people find dates, why in the world would they “vet” members before their profiles are even in The League? All you’re doing is shrinking the pool and thus shrinking the possibility for matches. In short: it’s a scam they’re using so that they can make money by selling your Facebook and LinkedIn info to third parties. Save your time and don’t download the app.
  • Not free at all

    1
    By Spuds Mckenzy
    Got an extra $99 a month lying around? Then perfect this app is for you
  • Waste

    1
    By Tashalh1
    This app is a waste of money. I never received any of my preference except gender. I have two more weeks on my subscription and I can’t wait for it to expire. I’ve had better luck on other websites. Looks and sounds appealing but doesn’t live up to the hype.
  • Dumb

    1
    By franim6
    Seriously. The only way to be accepted into this app is to pay the membership fees. Which are ridiculously expensive. Just a dumb dating app. They “reviewed” my profile multiple times and gave the same reason that I wasn’t accepted. You’d have better luck with LinkedIn getting a date than this app.
  • New Kid on the Block is Killing the Game

    5
    By Rey93
    I have used all of the tinder and bumble swipes imaginable in the never ending millennial search for a woman who is both intelligent and attractive. The League has taken a lot of the burden of searching off of my shoulders. By giving me the chance to match with quality women who are actually doing things with their lives every day has made my dating decisions less and more complicated all at the same time. No longer am I disengaged with my swipes and playing a numbers game. It’s a refreshing change and I’ve deleted my other apps in lieu of giving this one s real shot.
  • A complete scam

    1
    By Costenya
    On top of the “membership fee” you pay, you have to buy “tickets” to access more people. Don’t waste your time. This app is a scam. (And before anyone asks: yes, I went to a so-called elite school and have an elite job, by the site and anyone’s standards.) I’m an reporting them to iTunes for false marketing, and so should you.
  • Pretty cool

    5
    By Ohdajokes
    Not a bad app gets you interested in the city
  • Not worth the wait

    1
    By work4myself
    The League markets itself as an exclusive dating app that uses an algorithm to make intelligent matches. Truth is, there are too few people using the app for anyone to find a good match and the app creators are working too hard to get people to pay to get off the waiting list to improve the situation. I’ve gotten 1-3 “matches” daily and they don’t meet any of my specs, except gender. They are 10 years below my desired age range and live 8 hours, even whole states away. As to the exclusivity, I’ve seen many of these folks on other free apps. The groups feature is useless. They’re herding folks into groups where people are literally saying “hello?!?” And asking what they’re supposed to be doing there—especially since they want you to pay to contact folks in the group 🙄. And, lastly, the snarky concierge bores me and I can’t figure out how to get rid of him. Not worth the “queuing outside the club so we can look like the hotspot” wait. Bumble, Tinder, OKC, pretty much all better than the League.
  • Horrible

    1
    By SF-er_eh
    After getting in from being on the waitlist for about 2 years(!!!) I was expecting something different. There’s nothing special about the people on here. The matches are the same weirdos from OKC that you were hoping to avoid! You would think they would at least make people have pictures of themselves—wrong! I got matched up with people you had random pictures of objects to fill the spots for pics. Furthermore, as some reviewers have mentioned, the rate of people reaching out and responding is the same pathetic rate as other apps.

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