The integration will roll out globally over the next week, so make sure you have the latest version of both the Clock app and the Spotify app. 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.
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Gordon Gough, president of the state Council of Retail Merchants, says consumers will get the "lion's share of benefits". Mississippi's was last weekend, while Arkansas' is schedule Saturday and Sunday and Texas' is scheduled August 10-12.
You could argue that those missing features should've been available from day one, but at least Google isn't completely ignoring them.
The best part? You don't even need a premium subscription for this to work. Besides having to compete with Spotify, Apple Music, and other music streaming service, YouTube Music is also supposed to replace Google Play Music at some point. Since the feature is not yet live, we can't provide step-by-step instructions, but from what we can tell, you'll open the Clock app and see the option to integrate Spotify from the alarm sounds section.
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The features also don't do much to actually discourage you from accessing the apps for an extended period of time. A dashboard, showing your average time on that device, will appear at the top.
Check out the photo above to see what we mean. You also don't have to be a Spotify Premium user to benefit from this update, as it's something both premium and free users will be getting. You can browse recently played music, choose from Spotify " s curated morning playlists or search for a specific soundtrack", Rui Song, Product Manager, Pixel Essential Apps, Google, wrote in a blog post late on Tuesday.
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The Pro version has a 1-inch CMOS sensor Hasselblad camera , while the Zoom version has a 2x zoom lens and Dolly Zoom effect . We'll have to wait and see, but if all of this comes to fruition there are some big product launches on the way from DJI.