Bad Programming: The League Dating App

Bad Programming: The League Dating App

The League is an app we’ve written about numerous times, successfully tricking twenty somethings into parting with their cash for a subpar app experience.

Guess what, we were browsing the app today, and to our surprise see a couple switches that you can toggle on and off, and we were surprised that there wasn’t a gigantic button asking us for money next to them, but in a tiny font directly below, there was a note about how these switches actually don’t do anything.

Why in the world would you include switches that don’t actually work. “Unblocking coworkers or friends is not available at this time.”

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