app has a pretty decent helping of features, which include the following:
- Big thumbnails for the different series, movies and seasons, as well as for the episodes themselves.
- There are multiple videos available for each content you want to watch, in prints ranging from DVD to HD in 360p, 720p and even 1080p.
- The list of the series and movies is pretty exhaustive, though it might take time to complete the overall development of the movie section since there are so many titles to add and mark.
The biggest benefit of the Terrarium TV app is the active developer team, which makes sure that problems you face on the app are noted and rectified as soon as possible. This is why there has been an avalanche of updates recently, with various hostings getting supported. Pretty cool, no?
is the file that lets your Android install and run the app on itself. The file is under 5MB in size, so it shouldn’t take long to download. The app is available for free throughout the internet. Here’s how to get the file:
- Visit the official site of the app, terrariumtv.com
- Look for the download link on the website. The latest version is displayed prominently.
- Tap the link to begin download. Windows Users don’t need to do anything further and the download will be completed on its own.
- Android users will be prompted with a dialog box saying the file can harm the device. They may tap install there too.
After every online download, it is advisable to scan the file(s) for malware using a good antivirus.
To get your favorite movies and TV shows playing on the big screen, you can use Chromecast. If you have a Chromecast enabled TV, here’s what you need to do to play your movies on it.
- Install a screen casting app from the internet. bubbleUPnP is a great option, and so are AllCast
- and LocalCast.