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New FHA Rate Help (US)
Refinance rates are at near Historic Lows
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War Thunder - CA, US, UK
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Stephan Balino & Welton Kalani Found Guilty of Mortgage Fraud

Following a nine day trial, a jury found two Honolulu mortgage brokers guilty of offenses stemming from a mortgage fraud and money laundering ...

We bought a successful app, loaded it with extras and watched it fail

Apps are getting bigger. In the intense competition for consumer attention, developers have loaded their apps up with images, fonts, video, SDKs and more. The benefits of all of these are well documented, but you don’t often hear about the impact of app size on installs and usage. Larger apps tend to be slower to load and more likely to crash, and, overall, create a worse experience for the user. This can be the difference between customers actually using an app or burying it deep on their phones — or worse, deleting it.

The trend toward bulkier apps started in 2013, when Apple increased its over-air download limit to 100 megabytes — any apps bigger than that can only be downloaded when the device is connected to Wi-Fi. Since then, apps have only gotten bigger. In 2012, the average iOS app used to be 23MB for non-gaming apps and 60MB for games, while today the average size of the Top 500 apps in Apple’s App Store is 73MB.