Google has launched an update to the "Clock" app yesterday, which allows you to choose from any of the 35 million songs on Spotify as your alarm tone. YouTube Music takes things one step further by leveraging the vast collection of music videos on YouTube as well but many users didn't like that a lot of features that they expected from the streaming service were missing.
In order to get this feature, users will have to have the latest versions of Google Clock and Spotify installed on their device. That means you'll have the ability to specify whether you want to stream or download your songs in low, medium or high quality settings. From this tab, you'll be able to browse through recently played music, Spotify's curated playlists, or search for your own soundtrack. Once done, you can head over to the "Alarm Sound" section where you will find two tabs - Sounds and Spotify.
YouTube Music has further intensified its growth trajectory, following reports the streaming service will soon receive a slew of new updates every fortnight.
After your alarm goes off, you'll then be given the option to keep listening to your music on Spotify.
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The new feature is being offered to free users of Spotify and subscribers alike. Now, you can more easily, with Google Clock.
The service will be made available for Android users with Lollipop 5.0 and above.
You could argue that those missing features should've been available from day one, but at least Google isn't completely ignoring them. However, Google has confirmed that YouTube Music will be integrated with Google Clock in the future.