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I am asking this particular question for an audio streaming app which I am working on.

I am making a http request to a server which contains an audio file of around 5mb. So it takes a considerable amount of time to return a response. And as I request bigger files the response time gets on increasing.

So basically I am getting a very delayed start. There is no problem in buffering and playing the file once the http response is returned.

If mds does have a cache, any idea what can I do to get a better response time?
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