The Google Clock app now lets you record your own sound to play on your alarm

The Google Clock app now lets you record your own sound to play on your alarm

Last October the application google clock It was updated to version 7.3 to bring two important novelties, but now three months later another novelty is coming to that version, at least on the Google Pixel.

Until now, google clock it allowed us to wake up with music from Spotify, YouTube Music or our library, in addition to the alarm sounds of the device. Well, now we can also wake up with recorded sounds.

wake up to a recording

The application google clock has premiered ‘Recorded sounds’a new section that allows us record sounds with the microphone of our device. This feature integrates google recorder in the application of Watch.

Record Google Clock Sound

When clicking on “Record a new one” the google recorder which until now is still exclusive to the Pixel so that we can record our own sound. Once the recording is saved, it will be set as the sound of the alarm that we are configuring. The name of the sound is the day and time of the recording and does not allow you to change its name, just delete the recording.

This feature is very handysince it allows us to add a voice message to an alarm to remind us why we set it or to remind us of something we have to do as soon as we wake up.

section of recorded sounds of google clock It has reached the Google Pixel and those custom ROMs that include the application google recorder.

The rest of the devices that want to set a recording as an alarm sound, if this option is not activated when manually installing the Google Recorder APK, they will have to record the audio from their device’s recorder and then from Google Clock select recording from Your sounds > Add new.

Via | 9to5Google

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