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You’ll Soon Be Able Set Your Favorite Song as Your Alarm Tone with Spotify and Google Clock

If you’re an Android phone user, that is.
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Getting out of bed can be a real struggle for those of us who aren’t morning people. But Spotify and the Clock app from Google have teamed up to make our lives just a little bit easier.

If you’re an Android user, you’ll soon be able to wake up to your favorite soundtrack by connecting Google’s Clock app to your Spotify account. Then head to the “Alarms” tab to search and select any track, album, artist, or playlist from Spotify as your alarm tone.

To keep you from hitting snooze and falling back into a stupor, the app presents an option to “Continue Playing” after you turn off the alarm. It will also have personalized recommendations from your recently played music, along with curated Spotify playlists like I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning, Have a Great Day, and Songs to Sing in the Shower.

While there’s no word on when exactly this feature will become available in the Philippines, Spotify has announced that it will be rolling out to all Android users within the next few days, so download the Clock app and stay tuned.

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