REVER: Motorcycle Routes & GPS

REVER: Motorcycle Routes & GPS

By Rever, LLC

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2015-05-13
  • Current Version: 3.5.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 168.20 MB
  • Developer: Rever, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,947 Reviews)
  • Price:
REVER: Motorcycle Routes & GPS App Ratings: 4.5
Total 1,947 Reviews

REVER: Motorcycle Routes & GPS App Description

Ride with REVER and join the largest motorcycling community of its kind. Discover the best places to ride, create custom routes and record rides to share with your friends. If you ride a motorcycle, REVER is the social-navigation app you’ve been looking for. DISCOVER - Find your next great ride with recommendations from route experts around the world. - Search off-road trails and riding areas. - Explore MX and roadrace tracks across the globe. CREATE CUSTOM ROUTES - Create custom routes at or upload your favorite GPX files. - Any ride you create automatically syncs with your REVER app for easy navigation. - Share your ride plans or GPX files through email or directly to your REVER friends in the app. RECORD AND SHARE - Track and record your motorcycle rides using the GPS in your phone, even offline, anywhere in the world. - Get key stats: time, distance, average speed, elevation profiles, cap headings, and lat/long. - Follow routes you’ve created or that have been shared with you from other REVER users. - Find and share routes with other riders. - Save photos with rides to tell better stories. - Add bikes to your garage to keep track of the distances you’ve ridden on each one. CHALLENGES - Get motivated by joining a mileage- or Point-of-Interest- (POI) based Challenge. Get credit for visiting incredible places around the world and see how you stack up against a global community of riders. BUILD YOUR OWN COMMUNITY - Find a new crew to ride with based on where you live or the type of bike you ride. - Share ride plans and routes to make sure everybody knows where the group is going. - Get recommendations from local clubs, shops, and event organizers. - Create your own community to stay organized with where you ride and who you ride with. REVER PREMIUM: Premium features are available for $5.99/month or $59.00/year. BUTLER MOTORCYCLE MAPS - Never miss a good road again. Get exclusive access to hand-curated recommendations from Butler Motorcycle Maps. LIVE FRIEND TRACKING -You’ve made your friends, stop losing them. See their locations on a map in real time. AUTOMATIC SAFETY NOTIFICATIONS -You’ve got people that care. Keep them in the loop with automated text alerts that show your location along with a custom message when you start and finish a ride. OFFLINE MAPS (No WIFI or Cell Required) -You don’t need an expensive GPS or data plan to know where you are. Get unlimited Offline Maps for the entire world. ADVANCED RIDE PLANNING Don’t waste time with complicated software. Unlock advanced ride-planning tools at Follow your rides in the app or download GPX files for use in your own GPS device. Access to REVER Premium features is available through an annual or monthly subscription. Subscribing through the REVER app will charge your iTunes account ($5.99/month or $59.99/year). Your subscription will auto renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current billing period. You can manage your subscriptions and turn off the auto renew after purchase by going to ‘Manage Subscription’ in settings. Unused portions of any free trials will be forfeited at the point of a purchase of a subscription. #MakeEveryRideCount --- SUPPORT - Motorcycles are our passion and we love hearing from fellow riders. Give us high fives or suggest how to do something better by emailing us at PRIVACY POLICY: TERMS & CONDITIONS:


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REVER: Motorcycle Routes & GPS App Reviews

  • App is good but wish they would make a car version

    By Disorganized man
    I like the app and a group of use have used it for car rides. It works well and it was good to have everyone following the same route. Wrote to the developers about making a car version but never heard anything back. Maybe a toggle that would let you add a car instead of just motorcycles but then I am sure the diehards would hate it.
  • I want to like it...buuut

    By Howie Doin 85
    I just can’t. I live in Chicago, which is the 3rd largest metropolitan area in the US behind NYC and LA, yet the ‘community’ feature is a ghost town. Moreover, I’ve been unable to find a way to start my own group in the community, so I’ve just given up. Additionally, the navigation feature is a complete joke. It’s not always practical or safe to ride on some of the most heavily traveled freeways/interstates in the country at rush hour, yet REVER offers no options whatsoever in avoiding freeways or offering alternative route options. Even if they did, I wouldn’t use the platform for navigation purposes because it feels like taking a step back in time to the early gen 1 and 2 iPhone map feature. Save yourself the headache, download Waze, and move on with life.
  • Over Coded and Over Rated

    By TXNative
    I have been a premium Rever user for years. Over those years I have defended and recommended it to dozens, if not hundreds of people. No more. Why? 1. The folks at Rever used to be receptive to input. That is no longer the case and their tech support is lacking. 2. The app has been over coded to the point that it crashes, is slow to load, and loses data. 3. The turn-by-turn voice guidance is a joke. It’s just a lesser version of Google Maps. What is the point of adding that? 4. Premium members are subjected to being upsold to other Rever-sponsored products. Get a grip, guys. One reason we pay a premium price is so we don’t have to see that junk. It’s a real shame to see what this app has turned into. It’s like a painting that was great, but the artist wouldn’t stop painting until he ruined it. If it doesn’t get cleaned up before my subscription renewal comes up I’m out. I’d rather use my Garmin.
  • For me there were better options

    By OffRoadAudio
    I tried hard to use this app for the Mid Atlantic Back Country Discovery Route. I found it to be slow, clunky and with no positive feedback that I was using it properly. In the end I had no confidence that I would be able to successfully navigate with it - so I deleted it. I found another app that was free and includes some off-line maps, that was fast, and easy to use. Other people are successful with REVER - but I can’t figure out how.
  • Love it but app keeps crashing lately

    By G6ownersclub
    Every time I either go to open the app or if I get last that to save a ride, the app crashes. Just did it 10 times in a row after being open for only a few seconds. It’s being doing this off and on for some time now. Leary of purchasing the full app thinking that too will crash.
  • Didn’t fully log in

    By Yo54321
    App didn’t fully log in this morning. It showed my previous day’s trip. I ran 300+ km in the Alps and saved it as a second trip. When the app refreshed, I was fully logged in and only the first day’s trip remained. North orientation on the map did not follow when moving the map. Auto pause caused a large gap in my first trip.
  • Getting disappointed

    By Ed Jeffery
    The app worked well until the last update. I’ve just done 2000 miles trying to track and not once did the track work. Every time I looked at my phone again it was like it never started a track. Looking for alternatives
  • Worst motorcycle tracking app

    By svnzealot
    I will start with when I first started to use the app in 3/2017 it was relatively flawless. It would track in and out of service and never crash. But that all changed when they started to pile on the updates shortly after I started to use it. After that it continually crashed in and out of cell service and would delete any current ride information. I have since switched to Scenic which runs 1000% better then REVER ever did.
  • Horrible

    By 1.2-HD,4
    Horrible. App closes after period of time. I’ve lost several rides due to app closing for no reason. If you’re looking for something reliable to track rides, this isn’t it.
  • I want to like it

    By erdeg
    It seems like a good idea, I want to make it work, I keep trying but have finally decided that I can’t find the point. Maybe if you want to track where you’ve been it’s the thing but for mapping and planning it’s easier to use google maps. Maybe I’m missing some secret menu that has some innovation I can’t see....?