While it is not that popular of a video platform anymore, there are still some websites that use Flash videos (like Facebook sometimes). And if you use Chrome as your default mobile browser, chances are you won't be able to view said video since Adobe stopped supporting that for Android devices some time ago. So the solution would be to use another browser. The newest update to Dolphin will try to convince you to consider it for your default or even alternative browser.
Dolphin version 11.3.4 brings Flash support for Android devices, particularly those that are already running on Google's newest update Android 5.0 Lollipop (but are still Flash-less). You don't even need to install Flash or anything since the support already comes out of the box. So as soon as you update to the latest version, you can browse through any Flash-supported website on your smartphone or tablet.
But that's not just the only Christmas gift from their latest update. You can now sync your browser settings, speed dials, add-ones, themes and other things across all your devices through Dolphin Connect. And if your friend has a device that's NFC-capable, then you'll be able to share with them some links to interesting websites you're browsing. Another great new feature is an auto-clear function for the browser when your device is running out of storage already.
If you're still into the holiday spirit, the browser also has a new Christmas theme. If you haven't tried it yet, you can download the Dolphin browser for free from the Google Play Store.