AddressFind is used to find any address using any portion of it that you know. When you search, all resulting matches are displayed including area code, airport code and latitude/longitude, if available.
An easy way to find a zip code is to just enter the city/state or just the city.
A fun way to find how many other cities or towns with your hometown's name exist in the US or around the world.
You may then copy any address to the clipboard, display on a map or share using various services such as Email, Twitter, Facebook and more.
Each displayed matching address has three icons above the address to the left , center and right. The left icon is for copying to clipboard, the center icon is for displaying on a map and the right icon is for sharing using a service.
Use the left most icon to copy any address to the clipboard for use by other apps.
Use the right icon to share any address using Email, Twitter, Facebook and many more services.
Use the middle icon to display the address on on a map.
Ratings and Reviews
Incomplete even with established/old homes
Unfortunately, when you have an app that only need to give do one job and it doesn't do it correctly, it's useless. I put in my address that is in a ling-standing established neighborhood in NY that was it built in 1965, and it doesn't come up. Another home in another stae comes up. My neighbor's homes does not come up either. What kind of database does it use??? When your app has ONE JOB, it needs to reasonably do it corectly, and this one did not and has be deleted because it gives false security that the address you seek does not trult exist when the app fails. Stick with apps you know myst update frequently and have a reputation for accuracy. How this one is missing my neighborhood is mind blowing because it is so well established.
Cool idea, but incomplete results
I entered the full first line of both my home and work addresses and wasn't able to pull up either. The database was very broad, pulling up many results in Europe as well as the US, but seems to be incomplete.
Also, the filtering isn't limiting enough. Maybe having the ability to use quotations to limit searches or wildcards to indicate missing characters or digits would be helpful.
I hope too see an update for this that addresses these issues, as this *could* be a very useful app. If anyone knows a similar app that performs better, please share it. For now, I'll be deleting this.
Has potential, additional take
I decided to test an earlier address, since I had no luck with a more current address. This time worked as advertised. In fairness to the hard work the developer put into this, wanted to retest. Small sample no doubt, but updating score to 4.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.