With more than 1 billion people going to YouTube to listen to music, Google believes there's value in combining that experience with its new streaming service - that's why it wants to make YouTube a core part of YouTube Music and vice versa. Since then, the service has received quite a bit of criticism, especially from those who are already subscribed to Google's Play Music service. They will require the latest versions of both the Spotify and Clock apps to take advantage of this feature.
Well there is good news for Android users out there.
Under your alarm, press the ringer button to choose a sound. Thankfully, now it is possible thanks to Google Clock's integration with Spotify.
Tap on the Spotify tab.
Once you have the latest versions of the Spotify and Clock apps on your device, you can easily set up alarms with the ideal wake up music. Other alarm apps, and the Clock app on Apple's iPhone, have allowed users to choose their favorite music to wake up to for some time now. When you stop the alarm, you can choose to continue playing and listening to the songs.
You could argue that those missing features should've been available from day one, but at least Google isn't completely ignoring them.
It's unclear why Google didn't provide this feature by integrating it with YouTube Music which is its own music streaming platform. Eventually, it will be available to all Android devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or later, so as long as you have a relatively recent phone, you should be able to make use of the new feature.