A common source of confusion for our users is the distinction we make between 'what' and 'where'. We generally search for 'what' (which is the text you can enter on the main form), centering the results on the 'where' (which is the location shown just below). If you want to change the location, or if you want to search for an address, you need to click on 'Choose a new location'; you can then enter the address on the Location screen and click 'Find' (note: the screen shots shown below come from a test version of the app we run on the desktop; the menus at the top will be on the bottom on your phone, accessible via the two softkeys; I just used the desktop version here as it was quicker for me):
The app will then try to locate the address you entered, and if successful will show you the result, after which you should click 'Done':
You'll then be back in the main view with the new address shown as your search location:
You can the click on the Map icon to show a map centered on this address, or do a search (which will be centered on the address), or click on Directions for directions. There is something odd about directions, though - we use your set location as the start point instead of the end point:
You can use left or right DPad actions to spin through the location lists to change this, or, if the shown end point is actually your start point, you can just do the route and then reverse it:
"But why don't you just allow addresses in the search box?", I hear some of you ask. Well, the white page and yellow page search services that we consume don't support mixed queries of what and where together, and we didn't want to try make the app on the phone second guess what you're trying to do (actually early versions of the app did do this - if the what/where search failed we would try again treating the what as a where - but that produced some strange results so we took it out).
The good news is that there are services now that we can use that do support mixed queries so in some future release we should handle this much better.