Google’s Pierre Far announced this morning that Google is expanding the mobile Flash warnings searchers get when searching Google and finding a search result that leads to a site made mostly in Adobe Flash.
The warning was first introduced back in July, and today has started to roll out globally, in multiple languages and geo-graphic versions of Google.
Pierre said “starting today, we’ll start showing a localized version of this snippet for Spanish searches on google.es, Japanese queries on google.co.jp, and English queries on google.co.uk.” Adding that this feature has started “rolling out globally.”
Users who search on their mobile devices may see the following warning that reads “Uses Flash. May not work on your device. Try anyway | Learn more.”
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