Everyone who enjoys getting their music via streaming music services are about to receive an early gift beginning at 12:01 AM (Local) on 24 December 2015 as the entire Beatles music catalog hits several new channels.

Services such as Spotify, Deezer, Google Play and Microsoft's own Groove will join five others in finally getting the popular foursomes music. Subscribers on Napster, Amazon Prime Music, Slacker Radio and Tidal will also get the music library on their systems.

Since 2010 music from the Beatles has been available on iTunes but this is the first time any of it will be available through streaming music services which have grown in popularity of the last few years.

If you are not currently a Groove subscriber you can try a free 30 day trial and get an idea of just how extensive the music library for the Beatles and other artists are.

Groove can access music stored in your OneDrive cloud storage and your entire collection, including playlists, are synched between all of the devices you access Groove on including Windows 10 mobile, desktops, tablets and Xbox One.

Of course, even if you are not a subscriber, the 17 albums being made available on Groove can be purchased at an initial discount of 30% off per album until 15 January 2016. You can read more about this historical release over at the Windows Experience blog.

P.S. Did you know Groove is available for iOS and Android based devices?