IMLeagues Is Changing The World Of Collegiate Recreation!
Intramurals - Clubs - Fitness
Getting better and better! In a few short months we've built this entire app, and there's lots more to come!
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.
-miscellaneous fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Making my college years an adventure
Because of IM leagues I am able to turn my college years into one of the best years of my life, evaded their is no other feeling then the feeling of being able to compete and waiting for that wonderful game day that just keeps you pumped up and full of adrenaline, also because of IM leagues I feel like I am creating wonderful moments and stories that I’ll never forget.
Ads take priority
Just like the website (which can devour even the strongest computers), there’s so much focus on trying to jam as many ads in as possible that it borderline breaks the app. Schedules glitch out and jump around as ads try and load everywhere. Scrolling around can cause one to somehow open an app at the bottom of the screen. Every time you want to open a new window, ad. I’ve been on IMLeagues for 4 years now and the running joke with my friends is that the website and app’s most functional parts are the ads, while everything else seems to be off the priority list. The app gets lost while you navigate. If you try and go through too many pages it gets amnesia and as you try to hit the back button it keeps opening the same page until you get back home. The buttons are unintuitive and even downright invisible. It took me ages to find out that tapping different parts of a line of text could open up different menus. And this is just the app. The website takes eons to load because it tries to fill half the page with ads. It never creates a proper cookie to remember your information when you come back. The navigation is a maze, and if I have more than two of three tabs open my 16GB RAM desktop will start to cry. But you can bet that those ads will still work regardless of anything else.
Ad blocker? Haha. The one part of their website that’s consistently working is making sure you don’t have one of those on.
Terrible User Experience
So. Many. Ads. Normally I don't mind one or two ads to keep the app free/low cost, but holy cow is it an unpleasant experience to use both the website and the app because of the ads. They slow down the webpage to the point of freezing every time I navigate to a new page. The app is better (with a couple 30 second full screen ads each time you open the app to check your team's schedule), but I am unable to register successfully to team invitations because the signature box for waivers is not available on mobile. So this year I have been forced to endure the pain of using the website to join teams, and then use the app as a glorified schedule. I highly wish my university would use a different scheduling system than IMleagues.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.