Android’s default Clock app can now wake you up with Spotify

Android’s default Clock app can now wake you up with Spotify

Android’s default Clock app can now wake you up with Spotify

Google's Clock app has been updated with Spotify integration, allowing users to select their favorite tune directly from their favorite streaming service Spotify's listings-and only Spotify. At least one feature - support for saving to local storage - is rolling out now. Both Spotify premium and free users can wake up to their favorite songs with this new integration. However, it is important to have the latest version of both the apps including Spotify and Google clock to use the functionality on the smartphone. If you're in India though, you might have to wait till Spotify launches its services officially in India (unless you already know of the workaround to get it working here). 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. If your struggles are down to motivation, Google has something that can fit the bill for you. From this tab, you'll be able to browse through recently played music, Spotify's curated playlists, or search for your own soundtrack.

Now when your alarm goes off you can hear the music you chose from Spotify instead of the built-in sounds. When you stop the alarm, you can choose to continue playing and listening to the songs.

The new feature is being offered to free users of Spotify and subscribers alike. It's now available to devices that are running Android 5.0 Lollipop and above in the 65 markets where Spotify is currently available.

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YouTube Music may also be integrated with the Google Clock app in the future too.

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