Hey, did you see Beatles ringtones are finally being made available on iTunes? Fantastic, right??
And just in time for people to not be using ringtones anymore, too!
But for those who still haven't set their phones to vibrate or some discreet, not-too-annoying-if-left-unattended-and-it-starts-ringing tone, this is pretty excellent news.
And follows a familiar, late-to-the-game pattern for the Beatles, whose music was only made available on iTunes in late 2010. As The New York Times points out, the ringtones move comes "about five years after the peak of interest in mobile ringtones." Unless you're in middle school, in which case have at it. (Though as the Grammys pathetically revealed, plenty of teens don't even know who Paul McCartney is)
Twenty-seven different #1 hits are being released as ringtones, including "Can't Buy Me Love," "Hello, Goodbye," and "Come Together." You can see the full list right here. Tracks will cost $1.29 each.
Or you can just hang out here and listen to some music for free.