You also don't have to be a Spotify Premium user to benefit from this update, as it's something both premium and free users will be getting.
Rather than make do with the app's preset list of alarm sounds, you can now link the Google Clock app to your Spotify account for a whole new level of musical customization.
This new update for Google Clock app will be available globally this week and will be compatible on all devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and above. You will need the Spotify app installed on your phone to use it. The tab shows your recently played music, Spotify's curated playlists, and a search button so you can find anything you want.
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With providers like Spotify and Apple Music leading the streaming market, however, the move is clearly convenient for customers and bodes well for the increased integration of Android services in the future.
After switching off your alarm, you'll have the option to switch the music off for good, or keep listening throughout your day.
Google's Clock app for Android devices has just received a feature that's been long overdue, the possibility to add musical alarms.
Now when your alarm goes off you can hear the music you chose from Spotify instead of the built-in sounds.