REVER - Motorcycle GPS & Rides

REVER - Motorcycle GPS & Rides

By Rever, LLC

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2015-05-13
  • Current Version: 7.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 142.11 MB
  • Developer: Rever, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.6
From 11,043 Ratings


Looking to elevate your riding experience and make it more fun and memorable? Consider using REVER - the world's largest GPS app and community for motorcycle, snowmobile, and off-road enthusiasts. With REVER, it's not just about reaching your destination; it's about enjoying the epic journey, reliving your route, and sharing it with friends. Whether you're cruising on your motorcycle, exploring on your ATV, shredding on your snowmobile, or off-roading in your 4x4 vehicle, REVER has got you covered. With our extensive community of riders, we help you plan, navigate, and share your ride from start to finish. DISCOVER AND PLAN YOUR DREAM ROUTES REVER offers an extensive selection of hand-picked routes that cater to various preferences, from smooth and paved to rugged and off-road paths. Discover the best locations to explore and customize your ideal ride with our intuitive in-app route planning. With three different routing engines, you can build your own custom routes with our ADVanced Off-Road Planner, Twisty Routing AI Engine or A to B Guidance. TRACK, SHARE, AND COMPETE Record your rides with REVER, keep them public or mark as private, and track your progress with distance, duration, elevation, and speed (you can also hide your max speed). Join the REVER community to share your adventures, compete in challenges, and connect with like-minded riders from around the globe. Plus, share your route and photos on social media to inspire others to explore. UNLOCK THE PRO MEMBERSHIP ADVANTAGES Upgrade to REVER PRO membership and unlock the most robust navigation tools and features, including Butler Maps road recommendations, custom turn-by-turn directions with voice navigation, weather radar and alerts, LiveRIDE Safety Features, 3D Flyover and Explore, and much more. With PRO, you'll get premium map styles, and the ability to download GPX files, offline maps and more! OFFLINE GPS FOR OFF-THE-GRID ADVENTURES REVER turns your iPhone® into the best GPS device for your adventures. With built-in GPS, REVER can navigate you through your route, even in airplane mode, and record your rides without any cellular network. Plus, with offline maps and rides, you can explore off-the-grid with confidence. MANAGE YOUR MEMBERSHIP Your REVER membership automatically renews, but you can turn off auto-renewal at any time. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Visit our website for full terms of use. FEEDBACK We are passionate riders just like you, and we want to hear from you. If you have any problems, suggestions, or want to request new features, please contact us at or through the new Help tab. Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.



  • Rever Rides

    By CAP10'Z
    When it comes to be able to jump on a bike look up shared rides that you want to tackle OR make your own route the Rever is one of the best apps out there. I have been riding off and on road for over 50 years and once I tried the free Rever app I was hooked. I recorded quite a few of my rides in order to get back to the cool things I had found on the rides later. Then I signed up to try the Pro version of Rever and absolutely enjoy being able to make road and back country rides to share. You can make tracks, add waypoints, POIs, and the always great turn by turn line to follow. *The notification to family/friends that you are taking off on a ride, they can track you in real time for safety and let’s them know when you are home or your destination. I ride solo a lot and having someone know where and when my ride has taken me. They can see where I am in real time and share that with EMS/Rescue or need for a tow truck for repairs. For the money it is very had to beat thing function. There are other apps that do nearly the same but I really like the simplicity of Rever. The Pro version is really a super upgrade in all areas at a very affordable price. Thanks Rever!
  • Good effort but flawed

    By itchysnooks
    Kudos for butler maps and the concept - it genuinely does help with planning interesting road trips. However, ultimately as a paid user I’m quite disappointed with my overall experience: - you can’t export your routes to a gpx file (support team told me to use their website instead…why not just add this as an app feature?) - you can’t copy/open a point on the map externally. There are so many use cases especially on a tour where I need to lookup more info about a place or navigate to it using a different app. This is so frustrating that I end up just not using Rever on my rides. Raised with their support team ages ago, nothing was done. - map layers - cell phone coverage would be useful. The pdf layering system could be implemented better. It forces you to visit their website and figure out what regions to download/upload as PDF files into the app. Why not just make these simple toggles within the app? Better still, visually highlight potential areas of interest to download, since it’s a useful discovery tool in itself. Personally I’d like to see more focus on core trip planning tools (as this is where Rever shines) rather than news feeds and social stuff. It just makes the app feel bloated and distracted from its core purpose. Fingers crossed the app improves over time.
  • Great navigation app

    By Bill E Bacon
    User friendly and Greta for planning routes for rides
  • Love it

    By gfgtghxycyyxhxjzuzuctx
    Love this app use it every time I ride
  • Maps needs a lot of work

    By Zante V
    I’m a new rider and signed up for the Premium REVER option. Generally I like the features offered but two glaring problems: 1. The route mapping option is nice, until you miss a turn or deviate at all from the initial route, as the app seems completely incapable of rerouting. It says it’s rerouting, but it just gets stuck and never actually finishes the task. This happens every time, no matter how strong my signal is or if it’s at the start of ride or at any point during. Only fix I can find is to close the entire app and start over. 2. An absolute battery vampire! Keeping the app open kills the battery on my iPhone 13 pro at least twice as fast as anything else I run, much faster than the usual gps apps. 3. The Rider Community section is incredibly sparse in the SF Bay Area. Would really like to see an effort to change this. I want this app to be great, but unfortunately its only “So-So” thus far.
  • Trackin memories

    By sir unhappy
    What an awesome way to plan track and share your rides
  • Canceled Keep Charging

    By TRACS User
    I canceled Rever at least by 2021. Every year they have charged me since at least 3 times after I canceled. In 2021 they gave me a refund in 2022 I didn’t catch it. This is extremely frustrating. REVER REFUND AT LEAST THIS YEAR, DELEAT MY ACCOUNT AND QUIT CHARGING ME
  • Doesn’t work without internet

    By dtessitore
    I’m a pro member and I lost my routes when phone went out of service range. I purchased the pro membership because I was told I could see the Back Country Discovery (BDR) routes, recommended ADV Routes and the Butler Map routes. I downloaded the area of the map I wanted to cover (took 45 minutes to download, be prepared). I then overlayed the routes we were taking for the day. We get on the road and are about 2 hours into the wilderness with no internet. The app closes for whatever reason and when I rep-open it the routes are gone. I try to reload the routes and I get an error message “Menu not available, please make sure you have a stable network connection”. So now we have no clue of what way to go at that fork we came to miles from anywhere. Luckily we had a backup, but if we didn’t we would have been screwed. So, great map but not a solution for adventure riders, or riders who want to hit trails or roads that need routes all the time.
  • Nice try

    By pip-pip-pip-pip-pip-pip
    This app is ok, but the ui is weird. It works with my bike, which is why I have it, but man! I wish they had thought about the ui a bit more.
  • Rever: Annoying, forced notifications!

    By SeñorBubba
    I installed Rever to test it (along with a few similar trip-planning apps). My intent is to pay for the one that works best for me. I'm now getting 1+ push notifications PER DAY from the Rever app telling me about all the things I should do with it to bring joy to my life. Oddly—or not, really—these usually lead me to an admonition to sign up for a paid subscription, AND THERE IS NO WAY TO STOP THE PUSH MESSAGES without completely silencing the app! What the heck are their management and Dev teams thinking? An annoyed customer isn't going to be a good customer. Forcing those messages down my throat will not make me any more likely to buy or subscribe to something (AND they are a violation of Apple's iOS app-approval guidelines). I honestly don't understand this mentality. It sure as heck ain't a good way to get money from me, though.



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