Google Clock Gets Spotify Integration for Custom Alarms

Google Clock app can now use Spotify for alarms

Google Clock app can now use Spotify for alarms

The team Google-Spotify has brought the useful function for Android users providing the users to use favorite songs in place of age-old alarms.

Google has announced that the Google Clock app has been integrated with Spotify. 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.

Google's Clock app is seldom updated and hasn't received anything in the way of new features for a long time.

Once this feature becomes available on your device, you'll notice a Spotify tab under the alarm sound menu. While subscribers will be able to get instant music recommendations in the alarms tab, free users will be restricted to shuffle mode.

Once you turn off the alarm, you'll see an option to "Continue Playing." offering a seamless way to continue listening and set you up for a productive day with Spotify. Spotify also picks out curated tracks based on your recently played music and recommend them to you. Perhaps Google wanted to test it with Spotify users before it invested the man-hours needed to include its own streaming services. Now, you can more easily, with Google Clock. It's now available to devices that are running Android 5.0 Lollipop and above in the 65 markets where Spotify is currently available. Google has now confirmed that it's going to make feature improvements to YouTube Music every two weeks.

Additionally, according to a report in 9to5Google, a spokesperson of the search giant said that YouTube Music would add similar Google Clock integration in the future.

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