One of the most downloaded third-party application Terrarium TV for Android has permanently terminated its services and its users are deeply saddened. Yesterday, the users of the app reported that they received a message from the developer stating that it will shut down Terrarium TV app by the end of September, but it seems the app has already been put down. Watch Live Stream of Apple’s Gather Round Event; Here’s What You Can Expect.
The developer of the streaming app ‘NitroXenon’ left a note which read, “Dear all, It has always been a great pleasure to work on this project. However, it is time to say goodbye. I am going to shut down Terrarium TV, forever. I know this day will some eventually. I know it would be hard to let go. But it is really time for me to move on to other projects.”
terrarium TV is shutting down... pic.twitter.com/xPAIAbCeOZ
— ⌚ Naija Watches Dude⌚ (@taj_sagay) September 10, 2018
The note further continued, “Thank you for all your support through the years. Thanks to all Terrarium 1V supporters and communities. Thank you, Nic, and all the people around the world who care about this project. Please note that you will not be able to open the Terrarium N app after the end of September as the app will close itself automatically. Please DO NOT try to click the Update button because it will not download any new version of the app. Thank you and farewell.” New Apple iPhones Confirmed to Support Dual SIM 4G Connectivity.
Terrarium Tv set to shut down! Currently no links working. I'm gutted! pic.twitter.com/wzDWvS0Mmi
— Ernest Kitindi (@kitindi) September 10, 2018
The application which used to stream various sitcoms and series also allowed users to download episodes to watch it offline. The app was free and could only be downloaded through a third-party source since the content included TV shows from Netflix and Amazon Prime. Now with Terrarium TV gone, users who were hooked to the app have already taken to their social media platforms to share their sorrow and have been asking for alternatives. Earlier, a similar app called Morpheus TV also terminated its services in August, to avoid the piracy regulator's attention to pin it down.