In July, Google introduced a program for mobile devices, if a website that was made up of a lot of adobe flash content appeared in their search, it would appear with a warning under the meta-title. Today they have begun to introduce this program into all of the other languages that Google offers. This program was implemented to warn users that if the website is made up of adobe flash it might not work on their mobile device.
Specifically the program has been introduced for Queries in Spanish on google.es, Japanese on google.co.jp and English on google.co.uk and according to a quote by Pierre Far, has started “rolling out globally”.
This will once again, improve the searchers experience because it will steer them away from websites that are incompatible with the users device and not waste their time.