Took me a little bit to figure out, but I’m liking it. Like the Butler info.
Sorry guys, this has gotten worse with every update. Took 8-10 rides this week; the app tracked less than half of each one. Of over 1,000 miles ridden, less than 100 tracked. ADV riders tend to ride outside cell coverage. Seems the app stops tracking the second I’m out of a service area. Seems silly to market this to ADV riders when it seems to require a cell signal to work.
Enjoying this app very much! Easy to use with good information and interface.
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.
After a year and multiple conversations with tech support, they’re not interested in fixing this problem. They expect you to only use this while in portrait mode. Spend your money elsewhere.
Love the route tracker.
Enjoy the app so far for tracking routes and miles. Navigation is a little buggy and often tries to route me to the back side of destinations rather than the actual street address. No real complaints other than the top users on the odometer challenge claiming to ride 8-12k miles every single month. Maybe the truck drivers should turn the tracking off when they’re not actually riding on two wheels.
I like the concept and it does what it says, but there is room for improvement. If you don’t have an expensive motorcycle GPS this should do the trick. If you have a decent motorcycle GPS, I would hold off.
Used this for one group ride and promptly uninstalled. No one in our group could open and follow the path of the planned route, the app would just go back to home screen when you clicked “ride it”. I, the creator was the only one with a map of the route. It gets worse, I’d tap “ride it” then “Follow route line” because I wasn’t going to pay for the app before trying it out, and we set off. 1 minute goes by and the phone screen still times out as normal so now I have to enter my 6 digit pin while doing 80mph on the highway to make sure we don’t miss our turn. Unsafe, Useless, glitch filled app. There are plenty of other free solutions you can pair with Google maps for Free, that will have turn by turn directions, for free.
Took me a little getting used to it, but despite occasional shutdowns and reboots, I still like this app. I’m able to create routes from my laptop and then download the GPX file to my Garmin Montana, able to download maps directly to my phone for out of service use, and best of all... track my rides for recall and reuse. Allows me to upload a few pics to the tracked ride, and share across social media platforms.