Hello all. This may be an android question, but I have the Droid, so I thought I would pose it here. I am brand new to the smart phone world, so I am simply blown away by the Droid. One thing that I really like is the way it can recognize a phone number, an email address or an address from the web browser and automatically pull up the proper application. Based on that, I have written a small mobile web site in order to gain access to my addresses on my work database. It works really well for everything except a street address. I believe the that the issue has to do with the fact that Utah street addresses are often grids, ie: 11111 South 11111 East These are not recognized as street addresses and therefore I can not click to navigate to the address from the web browser. First of all, this needs to be fixed in my opinion. Second of all, is there a way that you can specifically tell the browser that this is an address. For instance I have found that I can specify a telephone link with: <a href="tel:x-xxx-xxx-xxxx"> Which isn't really needed as phone numbers are automatically recognized and pull up the proper application. Is there a way to specify a street address or a navigation app?