If you guys think it's better to add the in-game address, then we'll do it.
Just remember that the Snapmatic address is taken from where you are standing, not the building you are taking a photo of, although you've probably figured that out already.
The in-game address information seems to get a bit messy around road junctions, so if you are not sure about a particular street name, try moving further along the street to see if the name changes or stays the same. It's not 100% accurate though.
As for the street numbers, are you guys simply looking for numbers on the side of the building or painted on the curb, or is there another way to find out? I have come across a few houses that don't have any visible numbers on them. I suppose we'll probably just need to improvise a bit when that happens.
Personally, when there's no number for a house, I usually look at the neighbors and most of the time, there is a number on the house or on the pavement.
Doing that with a few houses and you get a clear vision of what the number should be.
Here a little drawing to help you understand :
1034 --------- 1036 --------- XXXX ---------- XXXX ---------- 1042
The two houses in the middle are 1038 and 1040.
Hope it's clear enough
Also, good spot lxr ! That district was a bit empty that's true.
BTW, who added ingame landmark that doesn't seem to have a real life match yet ? And why ?