The new functionality is available to Alexa users now.
According to Amazon, Alexa device owners can now choose to wake up to music from their preferred streaming service, including Amazon's own Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited, as well as others supported by its devices, including Spotify, Pandora, TuneIn, SiriusXM and iHeartRadio. In addition, it pushes the cute and circular Amazon Echo Spot, which will be launched on December 19, as the alarm clock of the future.
Amazon announced today that Alexa has been updated to include support for music alarms.
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New customers in these countries can now begin unlimited, ad-free streaming of new releases from chart-topping artists within the Amazon Music app for iOS, Android, Mac, PC, Fire TV and on any Web browser.
The voice-activation will allow the user to operate them by saying, "Alexa, set an alarm for to time to song ".
Since first launching in the USA in October of 2016, Amazon Music Unlimited has expanded to the UK, Germany, Austria, Japan and more, transforming music streaming with the ability to just ask Alexa to play music by voice and creating the most natural listening environment for millions of subscribers.
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Lastly, Amazon noted that the feature will work in any Alexa-powered device, and not just on the Amazon Echo. This means that there are surely now even more households and rooms with an Amazon Echo.