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The new functionality is available to Alexa users now. This functionality covers multiple music services, including the company's own Amazon Music app (if you're a subscriber). If you don't have Amazon Music, you can use Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM, TuneIn, and iHeartRadio - this covers both subscription and free options, giving everyone a way to utilize the feature.
The music alarm can also be set up as a recurring one by adding terms such as "every weekday" to the voice command. You'll be able to request songs in the same way that you can for regular playback, meaning that requests as specific as "Alexa, wake me up at 7AM to Beyoncé" or as vague as "Alexa, wake me up to '80s music at 8AM" will all work. You can tell Alexa to wake you up to music for a specific activity, like running, at a certain time, as well as a certain mood of music - relaxing music, for example.
Just as when music is played normally through Alexa, tracks can be played from Amazon's two music streaming services, Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.
The company had recently announced the office-friendly Alexa allowing the businesses to buy the supported devices for helping the employees to dial into the conference calls, manage their calendars, find open meeting rooms along with other work supplies from Amazon to reduce their daily hassle.