Google’s Clock app can now play songs from YouTube Music or Pandora to wake you up
Waking up is so overrated.
Google’s Clock app, which a lot of folks use for the alarm feature, now supports Pandora and YouTube Music. Meaning, you can pick a song from either service and have it played to wake you up when your alarm goes off. That’s it.
To get this up and running, you’ll need to update the Google Clock to version 6.1 of the app. From there, head to the alarm section of the app and tap the sound option underneath any given alarm. Pandora and YouTube Music get its own tab, you’ll just have to select the song or playlists you want to attach to each alarm.
Again, that’s it. Now you have the ability to attach a song from either service to your alarm. That’s cool, I guess.
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