Google Brings All Original Albums From The Beatles To Play Music

Beatles fans the world over who have access to an Android device as well as Play Music are in for a surprise treat, and just in time for the holidays. Google has just announced that they're bringing the iconic music of The Beatles to Google Play Music. While this news in itself is exciting for anyone who has enjoyed or experienced the sounds coming from the many favorite songs, what's perhaps more exciting is that fans will have access to all 13 albums, and on top of that, there will be an additional four collection albums of The Beatles on offer as well.Play Music are in for a surprise treat, and just in time for the holidays. Google has just announced that they're bringing the iconic music of The Beatles to Google Play Music. While this news in itself is exciting for anyone who has enjoyed or experienced the sounds coming from the many favorite songs, what's perhaps more exciting is that fans will have access to all 13 albums, and on top of that, there will be an additional four collection albums of The Beatles on offer as well.

This means there will be tons of new music to stream over the holiday weekend and then some, and it's seemingly just the right time as Google had just recently launched the Play Music Family Plan pricing, allowing users to pay $14.99 a month instead of the traditional $9.99 to stream anything that's available in the vast library of music content, and for up to 6 people total all for the one price. While the albums will be available to purchase as well, there will be no need if you already have the monthly subscription as streaming will make the albums and collections readily available on any device your Google account is signed into.

In addition to sharing all of The Beatles greatest hits across every original album in their lineup, Google has also shared some interesting search results displaying a couple of key facts, including the most searched Beatles albums and the most searched Beatles lyrics from one to five. According to these details, the most searched Beatles album is Abbey Road, followed by Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club, Help!, Let It Be, and finally Magical Mystery Tour. The most searched Beatles lyrics are Hey Jude, followed by Yesterday, Come Together, Help!, and finally Let It Be. If you don't already have a Play Music subscription you can set one up right from the app making it pretty simple to get access to thousands and thousands of songs right on your device. If you do have a Play Music subscription, all music from The Beatles will be at your fingertips starting tomorrow, December 24th. Just search for it hit play.

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