REVER - Motorcycle GPS & Rides 4+

Your Ride Starts Here

Rever, LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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What’s New

Version 7.0.5

• Get Inspired! 200+ new routes in the Community Curated category.
• Find new tips on how to find routes for your riding style.
• Not sure what kind of ride to Discover? Learn more with our new dynamic information overview cards.
• Increased link efficiency for quicker access from QR Codes.
• Other bug fixes and optimizations.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
10.8K Ratings

10.8K Ratings

out180 ,

Great app, with a killer feature that is overlooked

As a new rider my significant other is of course concerned. I tried all the Motorcycle routing and tracking apps, and none of them had this one killer feature that I’m not sure stands out enough. Safety SMS. Yep, you configure your safety contact and start a ride in the app, they get a text message with a link to your live location. You finish a ride in the app, they get a text message that you arrived at your destination. That feature is amazing. There are other apps out there that you can share your location with, but none I found that auto-trigger an SMS message with a link at the start of a ride, and another SMS message when you are finished. That right there will keep me on Rever.

There’s some things I think they could do to make the app even better though. Speed overlay on the map is one. Right now you have to drop down a panel to see your speed. Would be great to see it as an overlay on the map itself (think Waze). Different color schemes other than that Orange and Black (minor but pretty is everything these days). Lean angles would be cool. Also, a curvy / ultra-curvy route planner (hint, there’s a competitor with it) would be sweet as well. None of the above pushes me away from the product, and it shouldn’t cause you to look elsewhere either. Roadmap of the product though could grow a great app into an amazing one.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your great review and kind feedback! We are pleased to hear that you are enjoying the Safety SMS feature. We are working on some of the features you mentioned! For curvy, we have Butler Maps which are roads based on scenery and twisty which is way more valuable when planning a ride. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at

kenth1957 ,

App freezes

I’ve been using this app for a couple of years now and one thing that really frustrates me is the app freezing. I’ve had a few rides where I have paused for lunch or just a stop and when I select resume, the app has frozen and has to be closed. Once closed, that part of the ride saves, but I have to restart. Naturally, that means the ride is broken up and not continuous. I know I saw somewhere that a resume/continue from previous ride was under consideration for this app. Oh, and one other person in my ride yesterday using this app had hers freeze up also. Yes, my iPhone is up to date. Yes, my REVER app is up to date.

Update: I figured out the freezing problem. The menu at the bottom had slid up and covered the Resume button. I tried several times to slide the menu up, but nothing happened. I thought the App Froze thereby locking the App. The menu needed to slide down to expose the Resume button. Perhaps the Menu should not cove the Resume button while the app in is use.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback. This should be resolved with the latest version (6.0.0) released on April 20th, 2022. If you are still having issues please reach out to us at

Toyobri ,

Overall- it’s OK

When you combine the website interface with the app- it’s pretty good overall. It’s easy to plot out a route on the website. Saving your work makes it accessible on the app. From there you can share it with REVER friends. But the app itself is where the overall package is falling short. It seems disorganized and very messy- like they are trying to pack way too much into it. The navigation is nonsensical and certain functions just don’t work- or they are so over complicated that users give up and assume they don’t work. A specific example is trying to plan a route in the app itself. Even a single waypoint route to a local destination is just … dumb. A good design would have me long press on the map where I want to go then show me my options. Highways , twistier, tolls, whatever. This simple task does not appear possible from within the app. Or - it’s so over complicated that few people are going to bother with it for more than a couple attempts. So REVER is good if you want to make plans in advance, plot them out on your laptop, then just limit the app to the actual ride. Trying to operate solely within the app itself is likely to be extremely frustrating to many people. And I do not mean computer illiterate people.

Developer Response ,

Hi! Thank you very much for your feedback. Please email us at so we can assist you with the issues you are experiencing and answer any questions you might have. Safe riding!

App Privacy

The developer, Rever, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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