It’s no doubt that one of the biggest music bands of all time are the Beatles. They have been locked up with exclusives on Apple for sometime, but that is about to change. Microsoft Groove now allows users to stream the Beatles whenever they want.
The news surrounding the Beatles arrangements with streaming music companies, caught many offguard. But, with Microsoft Groove being named one oof those companies, it means Windows 10 users can jam to the Beatles 24/7 on their machines.
How Beatles Will Stream
Microsoft Groove starting on December 24th, will have 17 albums available for users to stream and enjoy anytime they want. It will require users to subscribe to the Microsoft Groove service, but the addition of the Beatles should help.
Microsoft is even giving users a great deal, if they want to purchase the Beatles albums digitally after streaming them. Microsoft via Microsoft Groove is giving users 30 percent off the albums, and this is a great deal for the holidays.
Microsoft is making 17 albums available to stream. They include Please Please Me, With The Beatles, A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, Revolver, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Yellow Submarine, Abbey Road, Let It Be, and many others.
Microsoft is also giving users a 30-day trial of the Microsoft Groove music service during this time, and they can use that to listen in, and see if they like the service. It’s a great time to try out Groove and enjoy the Beatles.
If you love the Beatles, try it out on Microsoft Groove. Try out Groove too if you haven’t, it’s a great service