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flurry

Hunting the death spasms of a harpooned whale

flurry

[′flər·ē]
(meteorology)
A brief shower of snow accompanied by a gust of wind, or a sudden, brief wind squall.
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Compared to 2016, Flurry measured overall session app activity growth of just six percent.
Flurry told IBT that the problem was addressed, although the specific change made to the app is unclear.
Yahoo Gemini advertisers with managed accounts can get started using Yahoo data and Flurry Personas for their mobile campaigns today, at no extra cost.
Mobile app publishers around the globe using Flurry Pulse will be able to easily implement audience measurement across their mobile assets, including reach, frequency and duration, in order to better monetize their mobile apps and grow advertising revenue via trusted, independent comScore metrics.
According to its website, Flurry works with more than
Looking globally, Flurry also notes that as well as huge growth in the smartphone and tablet user base over the five years that it has been gathering data, it has also seen a continuing rise in the average number of apps consumers use on a daily basis.
Flurry also believes that, while smartphone activations are usually activated four times as much as tablets, Christmas Day 2012 saw more tablets activated than smartphones, with Apple's iPad and iPad mini, as well as Amazon's Kindle Fire HD the main players.
App downloads as expected were affected by the massive surge in new activated devices, with Flurry reporting a 112 percent increase in downloads on Christmas compared to the previous 20 days.
And to further end on a cheery festive note a heavy flurry of snow fell into the audience to the sheer delight of my two children.
A PROPERTY expert is expecting a flurry of activity as house buyers try to beat the VAT hike.
A flurry of kilts, bagpipes and strapping lads overcrowded the tiny stage of Glasgow's Oran Mor for a night of Jock'n'Roll.
com/bid/31825/iPad-Developer-Support-Continues-toSoar), Flurry, a company that tracks and analyzes mobile application development, reveals that of all the new mobile application development projects kicked off in February and March, 22 percent were targeted at Apple's recently released iPad.