The Beatles Library Now On Google Play

Fans of The Beatles, your wait is finally over.  You can now download and stream all 13 of the Fab 4’s albums through the Google Play Music service on your PC, Mac, Android tablet or phone.  In addition, there are four collections that are available through Google Play Music for purchase.  Individually, the albums are $7.99 each while the collections are $12.49 each.

The best-selling band in history, with 20 number one Billboard Hot 100 hits, The Beatles continue to be one of the world’s most beloved bands decades after their last original album.

The news is certainly welcome for fans of the band and brings the Google service on par with Apple’s iTunes which has had The Beatles available for about a year now.

The Beatles on Google Play Music

While purchasing The Beatles albums is one part of the picture, for those who have the unlimited plan with Google Play Music, you can stream the albums and songs from the band from any of your devices and you can download them to play offline without having to purchase them outright.  If of course you want to keep them should you leave the service, you will lose access to them.

The Beatles on Google Play Music

The Beatles on Google Play Music

The Unlimited plan is $9.99 per month and gives you not only access to music content but also gets you a subscription to YouTube Red, the ad-free version of that site.  Don’t forget that you can also sign up your entire family for the service, up to 5 people, for $14.99 per month.

The Beatles remain of the most popular bands in history and now you can have them on your Android device anytime, anywhere.

If you haven’t tried out the unlimited plan on Google Play Music, you can do so for 30 days for free and if you are a fan of The Beatles, now is as good a time as any to give it a go and see what you think.


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