Over the last few months, a lot has been made about music streaming services and the fact that they are missing the libraries of quite a few popular artists, such as Adele and Taylor Swift. However, many music streaming aficionados will also know that streaming The Beatles has also been impossible on any service out there – until now. As of 12:01am on Christmas Eve (wherever you are in the world), all of The Beatles’ music will be available to stream on nine different services, including Google Play, Spotify, Amazon Prime, Rhapsody, Slacker, Tidal, Deezer, Microsoft Groove and Apple Music.

As part of the festivities, you’ll be able to stream thirteen remastered albums and four collections from the iconic band – we’re assuming that The Beatles’ music will be available to all users of the various services, whether you’re a paying subscriber or not. Hopefully now that one of the greatest bands of all time has joined the streaming revolution, Ms Adele and Ms Swift might consider to come down from their lonely mountain peaks – it’s Christmas after all.

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Source: The Beatles via engadget