IMLeagues

Contains ads
2.9
479 reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

IMLeagues Is Changing The World Of Collegiate Recreation!
Intramurals - Clubs - Fitness

What We Do For Participants:
IMLeagues makes playing intramurals, fitness, and club sports much more fun for participants by giving them access to a vast array of interactive features, essentially turning each participant into a fantasy player with lifetime stats, trophies, and achievements!

What We Do For Administrators:
Used by over 95% of collegiate intramural sports programs (and now fitness and club sports programs too!), IMLeagues gives recreation department staff the ability to set up sports leagues, schedule games, track players and statistics, run Greek life/group leagues, send mass notifications on cancellations, make changes from any internet connected computer, and more.
Updated on
Mar 13, 2022

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2.9
479 reviews
Joseph Trachtman
January 8, 2022
WORST APP EVER? Doesn't work. Period. Crashy, crashy ad ridden garbage with an inane video player that lives in the lower righthand corner that blocks navigation rendering the app worthless. And, when you click on 'help' nothing but a spinning wheel pops up. Never loads any help. App ends up crashing EVERY SINGLE TIME YOU TRY TO USE IT.
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Daniel Meglino
February 20, 2021
Remove ads from emails, especially before the content the email is about. On that note, if ~1200 schools pay to use your platform, there shouldn't be a $12 premium version, or ads in the first place; I shouldn't have to see 9 ads when I go to sign up for a spot at my school's fitness center, only to see 2-8 more when I receive a confirmation emails.This app, is by far the worst piece of software that I've used, since i first learned how to operate a computer back in the year 2000.
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James Montrief
September 24, 2019
The ads on this app are pretty intrusive, and really need to be toned down to improve the experience for ad-free users. I understand that ads keep the developers afloat, but the free version should be at least usable. The actual content of the app is quite good, and it's a useful app to manage IM teams across sports on a single application. tl;dr: Less intrusive ads would make this app 100x better The app itself is pretty good
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What's new

Squashed bugs and improved performance