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How To Set Music Alarm With Google Home Mini?

Google Home Mini — by CKid
Google Home Mini — by CKid

Hey guys today I want to show you, how you can now wake up to an alarm playing your favorite music, to get your day started off right with Google Assistant using Google Home, or Google Home Mini, or even the Home Max. Well guys it’s time to wake up and get started.

So as you guys know I’m a huge fan of the Google Home line up and even their new Google Home Max that was recently released. And it just keeps getting better and proving my point as to why I Switched from Amazon to Google in the first place, which I talked about in my previous video I’ll have linked up here on the screen as well as in the description below. So upon release using the Google Home or the Google Home mini you could easily set regular alarms by just saying “Ok Google, set an alarm for 7:30am tomorrow”. But now with some updates and new features you can now ask you Google device to play your favorite music or artist to wake up to, and this will work on either the Google Home, Google Home Mini and even the Google Home Max. All you have to do is just say “OK Google, set a music alarm” , “Tomorrow at 6:30am”, “Biggie”. And just like that you are all set.

The music will default from whichever music streaming service you have set, if none it set it will default from Google Play Music service. But if you have either Spotify or Pandora then it will pull the song from those sources. Now you also have the option to be able to play a specific song that you may want to wake up to. Now in order to use that feature you must be subscribed to particular music streaming service like some I just mentioned in order to pull a direct song from their library. But since I’m not subscribed I generally just use an artist name and that seems to work fine for me.

Well guys that’s all I wanted to show you all for today. If you liked today’s video and want to see more tips and tricks of what Google Assistant can do with its AI devices, hit that like button as well as comment below some things you all would like to see on the channel. Thanks again for watching and I’ll see you all in the next one.

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