The League

The League

By The League App, Inc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-07-15
  • Current Version: 2.7.17
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 75.84 MB
  • Developer: The League App, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 14,355 Ratings


Want to date someone who shares your drive? And maybe you'd like to meet someone attractive who looks good in black-and-white photos, courteous enough to use proper punctuation, and flexible enough to fit into your way-too-restrictive schedule? While your mother may call you picky, we call you self-aware. It’s happy hour, so go get ’em.' We’ll do the vetting so you can do the petting. League users now have the option of becoming members by purchasing several subscription options. Membership offers extra perks, customization, more prospects and invites to exclusive events. Depending on what term you choose, your Membership will last for 1 month, 6 months, or 12 months, and automatically renew at those intervals from the point of purchase onward. If you wish to cancel your membership before it renews, you must do so at least 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at the 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 and our privacy policy



  • Just another dating app...

    By louieLouie21
    It’s odd. I’m not saying that I’m a perfect ten, but I feel like I am not getting active profiles. Also, the concierge refuses to give me any actual data on people that say no to my profile. The concierge won’t show me my data because other dating apps don’t release that data. So, long story short, I may receive one match a month, and they refuse to tell me how many times my profile has been shown a month. If they were transparent, then I would score them higher.
  • Buggy

    By racheleverettindc
    Can’t log into LinkedIn. The app is rejecting correct credentials
  • Good App

    By Dan184719916
    Can meet great people off here
  • Expensive. Don’t do it.

    By bjkls
    you have to make an account and then immediately pay.
  • Less matches for more money

    By tmoore206
    They ask for money at every turn. You only get 3 profiles to look at per day. And matches seemed much less likely to be conversational than on bumble, tinder, or hinge. Use any one of those instead. Plus you can’t delete your profile in the app. Only “disable” it.
  • Literal Dumpster Fire

    By TheLeagueSucks001
    I have two primary concerns with this app. The first concern is related to the price point for membership. For the low low price of only $99, you can try this app for a single month. Even if you’d like to extend that time to 12 months, your monthly payment is a shocking $29, more than the price of both a Hulu and Amazon Prime subscription combined. What’s even better, their brilliant waitlist idea, which quotes that you’ll be accepted to the wonderful world of active rejection in a blistering 3 to 12 weeks, leaves you in a purgatory-like hellscape where you get spammed by membership notifications by their lovely concierge. The only way to get out of it is to purchase a membership. Additionally, during my tenure on the waitlist, I received an email from Amanda Bradford, CEO of this absolute trash heap, that stated I had been offered a spot in the founding 500 of the city I live in. However, every time I check the app, my waitlist status has not improved and there is no suggestion that I’ve actually been invited to the founding 500 whatsoever. So, instead of downloading this actual dumpster fire of an app, do yourself a favor, get the Hulu and Amazon Prime subscriptions, buy yourself a body pillow to hold tightly, and binge watch Brooklyn 99. I promise you it’ll be a better use of your time than downloading this waste of a download.
  • Overpriced and 3 likes per day

    By Dbrenner1994
    You have to pay an insane amount to get to like more than 3 people a day. Trying to get your money not matches.
  • Don’t waste your money

    By amyable13
    I shelled out $200 for 6 months. It’s been 6 days and if this is the “caliber” of what they vet for, I’m highly disappointed. It could be the Vegas just doesn’t have the same clientele as their other cities (or a clientele at all, tbh), but other than the batch I got the first day, I’ve had better luck on Tinder. And that is free. If they don’t have the capital, they shouldn’t sell the box the product should go in empty. Once you get on, everything is an upgrade. Want more matches? Upgrade! Want anything, period? Upgrade! Why would I upgrade when my preferences are wide open (which they suggest to up the number of matches) and the caliber of the guys I am meeting boast a high school diploma?
  • Not enough people

    By Soon-to-be-ex-reder
    I live in Philadelphia and after a month I only get girls from outside Philadelphia most of the time. If you are not from a larger city, you might be wasting money.
  • Expensive, yes. Exclusive, no.

    By Insta Gram Sam
    I don’t see how this is an exclusive site at all. So far it is just expensive, and the people on it don’t seem to be any higher caliber than other free dating sites. There are tons who don’t have good jobs or education - I’m confused as to who doesn’t make the cut. And I’ve been on this for months and never seen an event or other perk worth the money I paid to be a member. I wish I’d never joined. It seems like it all was a marketing ploy, and sadly I fell for it.