Amazon's Alexa now has music alarms, just like your bedside radio

Angelica Greene
December 13, 2017

Apparel designers Brooks Brothers jumped at the chance to incorporate Amazon's new service for Alexa called Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help manage the various smaller details going on during the company's meetings. Amazon has added a feature to Alexa that lets you wake up to the music of your choice from one of several streaming services, including its own options and Spotify.

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Amazon Music customers can also preset alarms with music based on their mood, activity, or remembered song lyrics by saying "Alexa, wake me up to relaxing music at 7 am" or "Alexa, set an alarm at 7 the song that goes 'I've paid my dues time after time'".

A variety of voice commands can be used to set up these alarms. The user can also ask the device to wake you up "every day" to the same song at the same time.

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"The Twenty", an Amazon Music Unlimited playlist, features a constantly-updated list of 20 of the hottest songs around the world. If you trust Alexa to be the ideal breakfast DJ, just say: "Alexa, wake me up at [time] with music".

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