If you are someone who uses their phone’s default clock app to use the alarm feature, you might be happy to know that now you can select better songs for your alarm ringtone. Popular apps like YouTube Music and Spotify let you set any song you want to hear as your alarm ringtone. This is a nice feature because most phones have a bunch of annoying ringtones that you’re forced to use because you have no other option.
If you are a Spotify or YouTube Music user, you will be able to select songs from these apps. The process for both apps is simple and you just need to know the steps to activate it. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to do this using your phone’s default clock app and you’ll need to download a third-party app. Keep reading to learn more.
How to Set Alarm Ringtone Using YouTube Music or Spotify App
– You must first download the Google Clock application on your smartphone.
-Now tap on Alarm and then on the Plus (+) button located at the bottom of the screen. Set the time according to your schedule.
-Tap Default (Spring) again and the app will show you two apps including YouTube Music and Spotify. You can choose any of them, according to your preference. Both apps are integrated with the Clock app, so you don’t need to visit the apps separately to select a song.
–Spotify users will see a list of songs when they choose this app. If you have trouble searching for your favorite song, you can also tap the search icon, located at the bottom right of the screen. Just type and search for the song and you can select it. After that, you just need to go back to the main alarm screen and you will see the song has been selected as your alarm ringtone.
– The process of selecting a song on YouTube Music is similar to the way you do for Spotify. You are ready now. If you are unsure whether your song will play or not, you can also test it by setting a different time.
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