Getting Rid of Those Pesky Ads on Terrarium TV

Getting Rid of Those Pesky Ads on Terrarium TV

Ah, the annoyance of those intrusive ads on Terrarium TV! I’m sure you can relate. But fear not, my friend, for I have discovered a way to bid adieu to those pesky interruptions and enjoy your favorite shows in peace.

Now, let me guide you through the process step by step. First, make sure you have the latest version of Terrarium TV installed on your device. Having the most up-to-date version ensures that you have access to all the necessary options and settings to remove those ads for good.

Next, delve into the app’s settings. You can find this by tapping on the menu icon in the top left corner of the screen. Once you’re there, scroll down until you see the option labeled “Settings” – it should be towards the bottom.

Alright, now that we’re in the settings, it’s time to put an end to those pesky ads. Scroll down the list until you stumble upon the “Ad Settings” option. Can you see it? Great! Open it up, and you’ll be greeted with a variety of choices.

You might notice a toggle switch that says “Ads On”; it’s probably turned on right now. Well, we’re going to fix that right up. Tap on the switch to turn it off. With a satisfying click, you’ll be free from those unwanted interruptions during your movie nights.

But hold on, we’re not done just yet. There’s one more important step to take – clearing the cache. This will ensure that all remnants of those ads are completely wiped out. To clear the cache, we need to exit Terrarium TV and head over to the settings of your device.

Once you’re in the device settings, search for the “Apps” option – it might be labeled “Applications” or something similar, depending on your device. Once you find it, tap on it.

Now, locate Terrarium TV in the list of installed apps and select it. Within the app settings, you’ll see an option called “Storage” or “Storage & cache” – tap on it to continue.

Here we are, the final step! Tap on the “Clear cache” button, and watch as all the ad remnants disappear into thin air. Oh, it’s such a satisfying feeling, isn’t it? You can now exit the settings and open up Terrarium TV once again.

Congratulations, my friend! You have successfully banished those annoying ads from your Terrarium TV experience. Now you can fully immerse yourself in your favorite shows and movies without any interruptions. Enjoy your uninterrupted entertainment!

If you’re tired of paying for TV, you probably already know about apps like Terrarium TV. They give you access to a wide range of shows and movies for free or at a lower cost than cable or satellite. The free version of these apps usually have ads, just like regular TV. But if you support the app by paying for it, you can get rid of the ads. Well, kind of.

Terrarium TV is an app that lets you watch both paid and free TV and movies without having to pay for them. It’s not exactly legal, but it’s also not as shady as some other apps. It’s in a gray area when it comes to the law. You’re technically accessing content that should be paid for, but no one has really challenged the app’s legality yet. The people behind Terrarium TV claim that it’s completely legal, but I’m not so sure.

The app is free and can be installed on Android, Windows, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and other devices. But depending on the device you have, you might have to sideload the app because it’s not available in official app stores.

How to remove ads from Terrarium TV

If you’re fine with using Terrarium TV but want to get rid of the ads, there’s a way to do it. Sort of. The app offers a support option where you can pay to help with its development in exchange for an ad-free experience. But here’s the catch: the ad-free option is only available intermittently.

In previous versions of the paid app, you could enjoy a completely ad-free experience. However, in later updates, this feature was removed for some reason. The most recent update (version 1.9.10) no longer includes the ad-free option.

According to the developers, the reason behind this change is Europe’s GDPR regulations. These new laws changed the way companies can collect and use customer data. Unlike in the US, where companies can pretty much do what they want with your data, organizations in Europe have to ask for permission to collect data, let users know what data is being collected, only collect the necessary data for the app’s use, store the data securely, and allow users to delete their data if they want to.

All of this proved to be too much for the Terrarium TV developer. The ad-free version of the app had to track transactions in order to provide the ad-free experience for those who paid. This requires data collection and retention, which are subject to the GDPR regulations. Compliance with these regulations takes a lot of time, resources, and effort.

So even those who paid to remove the ads are now stuck watching them. Until a solution is found or the developer brings back the ad-free version, you’ll either have to use an older version of the app or put up with the ads.

Alternatives to Terrarium TV

If you simply can’t stand ads, there are other apps out there similar to Terrarium TV. They might not be any more legal, but their ads are less annoying than Terrarium TV’s.


Plex is a great media center app that offers a similar range of content and lets you manage your downloaded media. It works on a variety of devices and even has a cool Kodi plugin for the best of both worlds.


Kodi is currently the leader in terms of ease of use, features, and available content. It works on most devices, is open source, lets you manage your media, and also lets you stream content from the internet. Once you install Kodi, you’ll never want to go back to your old way of watching TV.

Popcorn Time

Popcorn Time is an Android app that is definitely not legal. But if you’re okay with that, it gives you access to movies, TV shows, and more. You’ll need to sideload the app to get it working, but it has fewer ads than Terrarium TV.


Netflix is a great alternative to Terrarium TV that’s both legal and supports the industry. It doesn’t have early releases, movies that are still in theaters, or content from other providers, but it has a huge library of its own shows and most TV shows from the last ten years. Plus, it’s completely legit.


Crackle is another ad-supported app, but its ads are shorter and less intrusive than the ones you’ll find on Terrarium TV. Like Terrarium TV, it’s also in a legal gray area. But it has a ton of content and fast streaming. I haven’t used it much, but when I tested it, the playback was smooth even during peak times.

There are many other alternatives to Terrarium TV, but these are some of the best. If possible, I highly recommend sticking to legal means of accessing content. The industry needs all the support it can get. But if you can’t do that, be cautious and always use a VPN.

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