YouTube Music is about to get a lot better

Google Clock app can now use Spotify for alarms

Google’s Clock app can now wake you up with Spotify

The Clock app from Google™ comes preinstalled on some Android devices & is available for download via the Google Play store for all Android mobile users. You will able to select between two tabs for picking alarm sounds: Regular alert tones, and Spotify music.

Google's new music streaming service called YouTube Music was launched earlier this year. Also, check to make sure you have the latest version of the Clock app. If your struggles are down to motivation, Google has something that can fit the bill for you. Google's Android Clock app has a new feature that can make your wakeup a little more bearable: Spotify-powered music alarms.

The new feature will roll out globally over the course of this week. You can browse recently played music, choose from Spotify's curated morning playlists, or search for a specific soundtrack.

After your musical alarm starts playing, you can choose to keep listening to the song on Spotify right where it left off after toggling the alarm off.

Starting today, Spotify and Google are partnering to help both and free and Premium users on Android™ phones to set their own unique alarms with music from Spotify's 35 million track catalog. This feature works for both Free and Premium subscribers. According to the report, YouTube Music will also be adding a quality selection option in the next month or so, enabling them to choose high-quality songs, for example.

You could argue that those missing features should've been available from day one, but at least Google isn't completely ignoring them.

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