The League...

The League...

By The League App, Inc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-07-15
  • Current Version: 2.6.4
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 50.83 MB
  • Developer: The League App, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 1,247 App Reviews)
  • Price:
The League... App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 1,247 App Reviews

The League... App Details

Equalist. Not Elitist. See our mission statement at 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 and our privacy policy


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App Reviews

  • Worst dating app ever!!!!!

    By Tom Brigucci 916
    Biggest scam ever!! The only way you could become a member is by paying for a subscription or membership. Sad thing is there are really no paid members in Florida and very few paid members anywhere for that matter.
  • Crap

    By Emmaggy
    Requested my $ back from apple there were never any matches total waste of time
  • Love this app

    By kylebrowning
    Lots of great features. The concierge sets this app apart from other dating apps.
  • Worse than tinder

    By Bopbop8954
    I can't say enough bad things about this app. It's a TOTAL SCAM. I rarely get any matches and when I do, none of them respond. They don't kick people out for "ghosting" as they claim to and there are a ton of inactive profiles. Most people you match with delete you immediately and the quality of the matches is no different than any other app. They claim to be the "smarter" dating app but from what I've seen everything is based on looks. The groups are full of people complaining that they never get matches. I have not gone on one date from this app, total waste of time and money.
  • Best app-

    By wf365548
    Matches are well placed - people are real and responsive - feels genuine.
  • Love it

    By Miska86
    Great app
  • Scam

    By zaffier
    I m a paying member. The day i started to pay, they just started to show me only average to very low profiles. The gap btw before and after is huge. They have an algorithm to trick you. Dont waste your money and time.
  • Curated dating done well

    By EvieSwuarePants
    Helps you skip the endless vetting and helps worthy individuals connect easily and honestly. Well done.
  • My go to app

    By krissykrissy8
    From someone who hates online dating- this is my go to app. The people are interesting decent human beings unlike some other sites! No random text convos that go nowhere either. Great app for professionals with no nonsense lives!
  • Virtual scam in Los Angeles

    By Tired101
    Having had tempered hopes for the app and potential matches, I've been nonetheless disappointed. The first warning was the adamance with which the app discourages - even threatens - any extent of selectivity. By selecting for 5 of 6 ethnicities and asking for matches over 5'9", I've narrowed my pool from 5 matches to 3. Of those, the majority attended local California colleges. Were I on tinder, and not threatened by "lowering my score" by swiping left, the aspiring musicians and actors with player bios wouldn't have stood a chance. As it stands, I'm meant to count myself among the lucky few. The most troublesome aspect of the app has been the amount of marketing involved in my experience: 3 potential matches instead of 5 is not due to any shortage of options - I could increase my numbers (to those initially promised) by paying $4.99. Even matching is marketed: an extra $4 per match improves their chances of your profile not being lost in the romantic backlog that the The League is so financially incentivized to create. In brief, The League plays on members' presumed competitiveness to line its own pockets. By blackmailing against user selectivity (touted as its comparative advantage to Tinder) it operates against the values that are used to lure you in. I'll be interested to see how long it takes for the app's reality to catch up with its PR.