The tech giant has developed a standard alarm app for Google Clock for Android phones. Now, the app has recently received an interesting update. Google Clock allows users to choose their alarm sounds from many sources, such as Spotify. A news outlet reported Google has focused on customizing feature with adding 2 more sources in the latest update. The new update app of Google Clock will now feature a significant amount of integration with Pandora and YouTube Music.
You can now select songs, albums, or playlists from Spotify, Pandora, and YouTube Music as Google Clock alarm sounds. But, you will have to install the specific apps of these music services. As soon as you do that, you’ll have all 3 options available on the top side of the app. Moreover, there’s an update dated February 27 in the Google Play Store. The change-log doesn’t mention any of the changes we mentioned above. These improvements are obviously available in the most recent version of Google Clock, namely 6.1.
Google added the ability to select songs, playlists, or albums from Spotify as alarm sounds in its Clock application last year. Google Clock 6.1 is now available in the Play Store and it expands on this feature. So, users can now pick music from Pandora and YouTube Music. When selecting an alarm sound. You now have the option of connecting to the account of Spotify, YouTube Music, or Pandora. The options only appear after you install the service’s app. You can select playlists, albums, or standalone songs, as with the existing Spotify integration.