Music lovers who have abandoned their MP3 libraries for streaming apps will soon be able to listen to The Beatles' music on pretty much any service they want, according to a report from Re/code. The group's music will be available starting tomorrow—and is apparently now available in some countries where it's already December 24.
The full list of services includes Spotify, Apple Music, Slacker, Tidal, Microsoft Groove, Rhapsody, Deezer, Google Play, and Amazon Prime. That should cover just about everyone who isn't still weeping over the demise of Rdio, and Beatles tunes will reportedly be available on both the free and paid tiers of any services where that distinction exists.
The Beatles were late to the previous stage of the digital music revolution, too—the band didn't come to the iTunes Store until 2010, due in part to legal issues between Apple Inc. and Apple Records, the Beatles' label. While the group still doesn't sell MP3s on competing services like Amazon MP3 or Google Play, the streaming version of its catalog will now be available more widely.