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BAGS is a mnemonic which is supposed to help you remember when the adjective goes before the noun, which is when the adjective pertains to Beauty, Age, Goodness, or Size. Although I have since heard the alternative BANGS which also includes Number. Otherwise, the adjective goes after the noun.
As far as I can see there are a number of adjectives that go before a noun. And they can be categorized and memorized with BANGS. But that does not mean that other words that could be put in one of these categories is also put before the noun. Here they only have 15 adjectives on that list: https://languagecenter.cla.umn.edu/lc/FrenchSite1022/ADJPLAbefore.html
Pomme is pronounced with a "p" sound. Homme is pronounced with silent "h" that is liased with the end consonant of the word before it, e.g. "un-nomme".
You can listen here, although the pronunciation of "pomme" is not perfect
I believe it's optional, although common. See this: http://french.about.com/library/pronunciation/bl-liaisons-o.htm