YouTube Music Gears Up For Mass Update

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But, with the latest update to Google Clock app for Android, that won't be the case as the app has been integrated with the world's most famous music streaming service - Spotify.

The Spotify music alarm feature is rolling out this week to Google Clock, so be patient if it's not there.

With this new update users of the Clock app can connect to their Spotify accounts and listen to songs instead of the normal alarm.

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Google has updated its Clock application on the Play Store, which is honestly a pretty boring app that gets pretty boring updates. Don't worry. Whether you are looking to hit the snooze button or need a jolt of energy, Spotify and the Clock app from Google™ will now offer the ideal soundtrack to start your day.

There is a section featuring "Recently played & selected" section, and the users curated playlist will have "Rise and Shine". No more do you have to be a slave to the tyranny of repetitive default alarm tones.

When you're making/editing an alarm in Google Clock, you'll now see a new Spotify tab next to the Sounds one that houses all of the traditional alarm tones. 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.

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"This works for both free and premium Spotify users". Well, Google might have just got the ideal solution for you.

It's being rolled out for devices on Android 5.0 or above this week, so you'll be able to use it by Sunday at the latest. Roman said that, in the future, this could be fixed by adding a drop-down menu that'll filter out musicians you've followed on YouTube Music.

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