Spotify - Sleep as Android

After you enable Spotify in Settings → Services, Sleep as Android will connect to your Spotify account to be able to download information about your saved albums and playlists. Then you can set up one of those as your alarm’s ringtone or lullabies. See Ringtone.

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Where can I try the spotify app? I want to download music there.

Good to save Spotify music as alarm’s ringtone. I use the songs downloads with my subscription. Then I save the songs via the Spotify Song Downloader from AudFree. I get the lossless music files and play them offline anytime.

Yes, by doing the way you said, Spotify Premium users can set Spotify Sleep as Android and set Spotify music as Ringtone easily.
But things could be difficult for free Spotify users. There is no way to do this for them. To set Spotify music as Android Ringtone, they need to use a powerful Spotify Downloader to download Spotify playlists and albums as local files and upload them to Android for creating as Ringtone.

To wake up with your favorite music tracks is a very perfect thing. You could choose to set Spotify song as alarm using Google Clock App and SpotOn. However, the feature is only available for those premium subscribers.
It doesn’t matter. Spotify Music Converter Mac can enable you to set any Spotify track as an alarm with ease. You can download Spotify music and then choose it as an alarm ringtone on your phone.

I agree with you ! I am using the Spotify free account so I have no idea to use the Google Clock App and SpotOn to setting the alarm,but I found another Spotify Music Converter-Tunelf which could solved my could convert the Spotify music to other format to set Spotify as Alarm easily.

I discovered a post that includes lots of ways to set Spotify as an alarm. It’s much easier and clear to follow the steps. And the most important thing is to download Spotify music offline by the Spotify music downloader because it lets you use Spotify on any device with no limit.