Just in time for Christmas, The Beatles are set to stream on Google Play and a number of other streaming services, including Slacker, Microsoft Groove etc. A Google blog post says that 13 of Beatles’ original albums, plus four essential Beatles collections, will be available to stream on Google Play Music beginning on December 24th.

Before the 24th, The Beatles’ music was not available in digital format for Android users as Apple had exclusive rights to sell it. Now that the best-selling band is available for Android users, Google seems completely taken over by “Beatlemania” and dedicated an easter egg to it. If you ask your Android phone, “Ok Google, play the Beatles,” it will promptly reply: Let it stream.

Let’s take a look at some of the top searched Beatles albums, according to Google Trends:


And here are the top searched Beatles lyrics:


Are you excited that the band which has 20 number one Billboard Hot top 100 hits, has made its’ way to Google Play Music? Drop us a line and let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.

Source: Google Blog

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