Published: Sat, August 04, 2018
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Don't be alarmed: Now you can wake up to a Spotify playlist

Don't be alarmed: Now you can wake up to a Spotify playlist

Once done, you can head over to the "Alarm Sound" section where you will find two tabs - Sounds and Spotify.

As Google offers its own music streaming service, Google Play Music, it is still curious to see the company opt to integrate with a competing platform.

All you have to do is open the Google's Clock app and connect it to your Spotify account. If your struggles are down to motivation, Google has something that can fit the bill for you. Users with the Google Clock app installed on their phones will be able to "browse recently played music, choose from Spotify's curated morning playlists, or search for a specific soundtrack" in the clock app.

The feature is available for both Free and Premium Spotify accounts.

It's being rolled out for devices on Android 5.0 or above this week, so you'll be able to use it by Sunday at the latest.

A common subscriber request concerned Android users storing music on a SD or hard drive - a feature which is reportedly now rolling out.

We basically got to a point where we felt like what we had was good, ready to see the light of day. 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. Through this collaboration six episodes/issues of music, voice acting and original comic illustrations will be available on the Spotify mobile app.

Spotify's Vice President of Business Development, Jorge Espinel, said: "We're excited to bring the ability to personalise your alarms on the Clock app from Google with the incredible music catalogue from Spotify".

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