But now you can finally wake up on the right side of the bed because Spotify lets you set your fave song as your alarm when you use Google's Clock app. We are also expecting similar integration with YouTube music that will be rolled out soon for the users.
Both Google Clock and Spotify apps are available to download from the App Store, with all devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or above able to make use of the feature. Once you have that taken care of, just open the Clock app and you will be able to choose from Spotify's own curated morning playlists, search for a specific soundtrack, or play your own recently played music.
"This has been a top Spotify user request for years, and we can't wait to see music fans picking their favorite tracks, artists, and playlists to kick-start their day", Spotify's VP Business Development Jorge Espinel said in a statement. Once done, you can head over to the "Alarm Sound" section where you will find two tabs - Sounds and Spotify. Even if you're a loyal Google Play Music or YouTube Music user this is still good news because with Spotify free you won't be left out in the dark. You should see a tab for Spotify when choosing an alarm tone on an individual alarm entry.
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The feature is available for both Free and Premium Spotify accounts.
While this is great news, many of you might be asking, why doesn't this support Google's own music services?
With a music alarm, when it goes off, you will hear the playlist or music you've selected to play, making it a whole lot nicer to get moving in the morning.