The most important step you need to take when setting up a new web-based registration and viewing experience for your favorite movies is to register.
And that’s why you’ll need to register now.
The company behind the popular online registration service registration.com is shutting down and announcing the end of its online registration and viewer service.
The company was founded in 2013, and is now in the process of shutting down, the company announced in a blog post.
“Registration.com was built with the goal of providing a simple and intuitive online registration system that made it easy to manage your favorite films online, including online viewing,” the company wrote.
“Unfortunately, due to recent events, the entire platform has been shut down.
Registration.com will remain offline for the foreseeable future, as we continue to focus on our business and the products we deliver to our customers.”
The company did not specify a specific date for the shutdown.
“The company is taking the time to process your registration request,” it continued.
“We have made changes to our systems to allow for the most efficient and secure process possible, as well as to make the process as easy as possible for our customers to register.”
The site’s online registration will still be available through registration.org.
The shutdown follows a recent update to registration.info that introduced an option for users to purchase movie tickets in-person at participating theaters.
The service is expected to be unavailable for a few weeks, though it is expected the new option will be activated for movie tickets for users.
The registration.co.uk site was shuttered in February.
It was operated by the company’s parent company, Vivid, which had also launched registration.me.
The Vivid site also was one of the first to integrate a web-friendly login system.
Vivid acquired registration..com in 2015.
Registration was the first of several major Internet service providers to shut down or close down after the 2016 election, and more than half of the major providers in that time period shut down their own registration systems, including registration.tv, registration.io and registration.net.
The companies behind these shuttered services include Comcast, Verizon and AT&T.
The Register Your Movie will be an ongoing feature on Tech Insider.
It will show you how to register for films, which will help you view and purchase your favorite movie.