How to set a music alarm with Google Home or a Google Assistant speaker

I am not a morning person but, you know what makes my mornings better? Waking up to my favorite music. Waking up might be hard, but setting up your music alarm doesn’t have to be. Just follow these simple steps below and you’ll be waking up to your favorite tunes in no time.

First, you’ll need to make sure you have your default music provider set up in the Google Home app. Next just try this command Hey Google set music alarm for 7 am tomorrow or any time of your choosing.

Afterward, Google Assistant will follow up asking what music you’d like to be played. You can choose any artist, song, or radio station you’d like. Whether it’s your favorite song or one you hate to snap you out of your slumber.

If you’d like to have it be a recurring alarm, try this variation Hey Google set music alarm for 7 am on weekdays. Once the alarm sounds you can make it stop by saying Hey Google stop or snooze by saying Hey Google snooze for 10 minutes or simply say snooze.

To manage your alarms further you can access them from the Google Home app. This will allow you to view your current alarms, change the volume of the alarm, or delete it.

Now, whether you’re looking to feel the thunder or shake your groove thing you can wake up to your favorite music to start the day.

One downside, of course, with using your Google Assistant speaker for an alarm is how easily it can be turned off with your voice. If you’re like me, you might need a backup alarm which isn’t so easily silenced.