Google has proven to be user oriented and the company continues to prove this again. The tech giant has announced that to improve user experience on smartphones and tablets, the company will start warning users when a site won’t load properly on the mobile device.
Adobe Flash seems to be receiving most of the annoyance from the Mountain View company. Adobe Flash is not supported by iOS and latest versions of Android.
If Google spots a problem with a site, users will find something like the above showing up on their screen. The update takes the form of a small line of text in your search results, which the company plans to scan automatically using a set of algorithms.
For developers sake, Google recommends them to use HTML 5 or CSS which is supported on all devices. HTML 5 also provides a guide for building responsive web design that has a good appearance on universally all screens. Be warned developers – you will get blacklisted by tech typhoon if you block the company’s web-crawling software.
Due to the fact, Google dominates most of the search world, the company has power to dictate what pops up in search results. Therefore, websites depending search engines especially Google better lend an ear to what the company has to say. In early June, Google also said it would start warning users if a site was likely to redirect them to the site’s homepage by default
Source: PC World