Waking up is hard to do for most people, and now you can make the transition a little bit easier by having your favourite music wake you up with the option to choose music from Spotify in the Clock app on Android. Now, the Clock app supports Spotify, meaning you can wake up to your favorite tunes.
This feature will be rolling out globally, and will be available on devices with Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and above.More news: ALF Reboot in the Works
Unless you're an expert at getting up at the same time every morning, an alarm clock is a necessary evil. This feature works for both Free and Premium subscribers. So if you are one of those heavy sleepers, you might want to pick some loud music instead. 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. Since the feature is not yet live, we can't provide step-by-step instructions, but from what we can tell, you'll open the Clock app and see the option to integrate Spotify from the alarm sounds section. "We basically got to a point where we felt like what we had was good, ready to see the light of day", said Roman about the launch of YouTube Music. The Play Store has plenty of great alarm clock apps that can help make the wake-up experience as stress-free as possible.
Whats interesting is that Google chose to release Spotify integration before its own Google Play or YouTube Music streaming services.More news: Bridgestone Invitational tournament: Shubhankar sets dual mission
Once the alarm goes off and you switch it off, you'll supposedly be able to continue listening to Spotify.More news: Mad splasher fired after backlash over dousing Canadian pedestrians