I think we've talked about the Rever app before but not part of its own thread. I wanted to take this chance to give it its own thread for a few reasons, the main one being that BMW just announced yesterday a partnership with Rever to aid in efforts to "build a global community of motorcyclists." That should certainly boost the global usage of that app and perhaps aid their continuing efforts to build out or featurize the app.Rever has already shot past quite a few of their rivals in a very short time frame. I've used Rever for just over a year now have naturally been accused of cheerleading for them (the flattery of course of being made a Rever rider didn't hurt) but the truth is it's just a great app. Check the reviews yourself. I still use it regularly because it works and I like it. They have a 4+ rating and appear to have around 50,000 installs (give or take a few thousand).Here's a video they just posted the other day that's an intro for you to get a better idea how it works.https://vimeo.com/175451442Here are some of the features I like best: Tracking & recording my ride so I can see later where I went, average speed, distance and then share with others Finding friends' rides they've done to give me an idea when it comes to areas I haven't ridden Planning a route from scratch on digital versions of Butler Maps. Creating group rides like for our High Sierra event where riders simply go to Rever to either use it on their phone or download to their GPS device. And the premium level lets you track your friends (who have the Rever app on) in real time; something we made use of at LAB2V Screen shot of the app Check it out! Let us know your thoughts.And if BMW really wants to boost their "global online community," I know a certain big adventure bike community they could leverage to that end! I guess I should have been more careful calling attention to their recent sale figures. Well at least they respect us. Right? Right?!!