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The Best Solutions to Set YouTube Music as Alarm

This article will show you how to set your favorite YouTube music song as an alarm. Two different methods will be shown. Source:

By Alexis KayeoPublished 7 months ago 5 min read
  • Method 1. Set YouTube Music as Alarm with Google Clock App
  • Method 2. Download & Set YouTube Music as Alarm via TunePat

Method 1. Set YouTube Music as Alarm with Google Clock App (Only Works with Premium Subscription)

Make sure the Google Clock app is installed on your Android phone before properly implementing the strategy. You may use the Google Clock app to set your favorite tracks from music streaming services as alarm sounds. Among the services the app supports are YouTube Music, Pandora, and Spotify. Users need to be aware that free versions are available for both Spotify and YouTube Music. Both free and premium users of Spotify can utilize the option to set Spotify Music as an alarm sound. Unfortunately, free users can only choose songs, albums, or playlists at random. However, for YouTube Music, the feature can only be used if you subscribe to YouTube Music Premium.

Step 1: To begin, launch the Google Clock app on your Android device. From the top menu bar, select the Alarms tab. You can add a new alarm by hitting the Plus button at the bottom of this tab, or you can select an alarm from the current list by tapping the arrow underneath it.

Step 2: Select the YouTube Music option in the alarm sound settings by clicking on the Bell symbol. You must first ensure that the YouTube Music app is installed and configured on your phone.

Step 3: Your ‘Recently played and selected’ and ‘Favorites’ music tracks will be automatically loaded by the Google Clock app. You can click on a playlist or one of the songs If necessary, you can also perform a music search. Simply press the search button in the lower right corner. After clicking it, type the song's name into the search box. The search results will appear in the list below later.

Step 4: Click to select the target song. Finally, you will need to click the back button to save your selection.

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Method 2. Download & Set YouTube Music as Alarm via TunePat (Free or Premium)

You must download the YouTube Premium app and subscribe to YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium in order to utilize the Google Clock app to set your YouTube songs as alarm tones. Only owners of Android phones can use this strategy. Therefore, for those who use iOS devices, have YouTube Music Free accounts, or don't want to download the YouTube Music app and take up space on their phones, how can you set YouTube Music as an alarm? They could certainly accomplish it, right? Absolutely not!

Let's start with the easiest and most problem-solving approach: overcoming the limits imposed by streaming music platforms. What exactly does that mean? We've never been able to easily alter or move tracks we've downloaded from streaming services. Now, let's use TunePat YouTube Music Converter to extract valid audio files from YouTube Music, which can be saved to your computer in a variety of formats such as MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC. You also don't have to be concerned about the converted songs. We use cutting-edge decoding technology to speed up the conversion process and improve the sound quality of the music. Following the conversion, some important ID3 tags will still be saved.

Step 1: Run TunePat YouTube Music Converter. Then, on the home page, select the icon for "Open YouTube Music Web Player". You will then be directed to the internal YouTube Music online player on TunePat. Enter your YouTube Music account information as prompted. You may access the YouTube Songs Library and quickly choose and convert music after logging in.

Step 2: The output settings must now be fully set up. You can enter the Settings panel by clicking the "Gear" symbol in the top menu bar. The following parameters are customizable at this point. Once the settings are finished, simply shut the window.

  • Output Format: MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC
  • Out Quality: 128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps, 320kbps
  • Sample Rate: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz (depending on the output format)
  • Output File Name: {Track Number}, {Title}, {Artist}, {Album}, {Playlist Index}, {Year}
  • Output Organized: None, Playlist, Artist, Album, Artist/Album, Album/Artist

Step 3: Now navigate to the playlist that contains the song you want to use as a clock or use the built-in web player's search bar to perform a direct search for the song's name or an artist's name. It functions in a similar fashion to how browsing the official website does in a browser. When you've found a song you like, hit the blue "Add to list" button in the bottom right corner after opening the song.

Step 4: Select the target from the pop-up menu and click "Convert Now" to start the song conversion. The song will finish converting after about ten seconds, so make sure your network is in good shape.

Step 5: The audio files for YouTube Music are now available, and they are not protected in any particular way. The downloaded YouTube music only has to be copied to an Android device using a USB drive or synced to an iPhone using iTunes. Then, follow the next few instructions to set the song as your phone's alarm.

On your Android:

1) Launch the Clock app on your Android device.

2) Tap Alarm at the bottom, then + to create an alarm.

3) On the alarm, press the Down arrow, then touch the name of the current sound.

4) Select your YouTube music song by tapping Add new > Your Sound file.

On your iPhone:

1) Open the Clock app from the Home screen of your iOS device.

2) Tap the Alarm tab at the bottom menu then tap + to set up a new alarm.

3) Select the Sound option, and then choose the Pick a song option from the Sound panel. Click the target Youtube song.

4) Now tap Back, and then tap the Save option.

Have you learned it? If you don't already have this amazing tool, feel free to DOWNLOAD it!

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