Months ago, the possibility of use Spotify songs for the sound of alarms. Well now Google adds the possibility of doing it with its own platform, Youtube music.
More and more options
But not only the YouTube Music option has been added, and the more options the better, and thas also been added Pandora, an American music and podcasts service, so if you are a resident of the United States and a Pandora user, you can choose the music you want for your alarms.
To configure it with YouTube Music (we are going to talk about YouTube Music because Pandora is only available for the United States and the procedure is the same) we will need the following requirements:
- Google clock version 6.1 installed on your phone
- YouTube Music installed on your phone
- A Premium subscription to the YouTube Premium platform
If you meet all these requirements we will show you how to synchronize it with YouTube Music, this process also works for Spotify.
How to sync with available music services
To do it is as simple as going to a selected alarm, go to the ringtone selection and a window will appear with the available services. We will select the one we like the most (or both).
If you don’t have any of the services you want to use, it will ask you to download it. If you already have them, you could start using them. Although we remember that you need to have the premium subscription for YouTube Music.
You will only have to give Connect and it will connect to your app with a simple touch, without any more mystery.
The interface is the same with Spotify as with YouTube Music, so you can get an idea of how it works and how it looks, you can choose suggestions, the last thing you have heard or search for a song directly.
To download the Google clock in case you do not have it, we leave you a link to the Play Store to download it and a link to APK Mirror in case you have not received the update or you prefer to install it without the Play Store.
Tell us. Do you use this app or this functionality? Do you use alternatives to the default clock application on your phone? Or are you more classic?