Starting from 1 September, Google is going to block auto-play flash ads on the chrome browser. It will also include auto-play videos on the non-video sites that can be central on the web page.

Google is going to block auto-play flash ads starting from 1 September

The content of the flash will automatically pause by default, but users may also have an alternate option to play the ads if they only want to play them.

Earlier this year, Google had also introduced a flash-blocking feature in the beta version of the chrome, which was expecting to an aim that the flash blocking could save the battery life, which is more consumed by the flash ads.

By disabling the auto-flash player, one can also save their devices by many viruses and Malware. Even though Google has already involuntarily change most of the Flash ads that placed on its AdWords network to the HTML5. Other sites will merely stop accept Flash ads completely.

Amazon, an e-commerce giant, has also updated their advertising guidelines and also announced that it will surely stop accepting the Flash on 1 September for the optimistic and consistent understanding of consumers.

Embedded video player like Vimeo and YouTube on sites will play continuously work as same as before.

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