Do not like how you wake up in the morning with Apple's standard Radar Ringtone ̵
Apple first introduced custom music alerts in iOS 6. It was only you at that time You can choose a song you bought or uploaded to your iPhone to use as an alarm tone. Now you can use all songs downloaded on your iPhone or in your library. This includes songs from the Apple Music subscription service.
Step 1: Select a song and add it to the library
Do Not Go Directly Choose an Apple Music song with your Clock app. Before you can do that, you need to find the song in the new music app. If you found a good wake-up song on Apple Music that you can use as an alarm, tap the (+) to immediately add the song to your library. If a cloud icon or nothing is displayed instead, it's already been added to your library and downloaded for offline viewing.
Alternatively, you can press the song firmly and then tap Add to Library. You do not need to download the song to your iPhone for it to work as an alarm tone. Of course, downloaded songs also work if you do not have an Apple Music subscription.
Now start the Clock app. Set up a new alarm by tapping the plus sign (+) in the upper right corner, or edit an existing alarm by tapping Edit and then the alarm. Next, select "Sound" and then "Select Song" from the options on this page.
Here are a few options to find your song. Choose one that will help you find your song the fastest. If you want to search for it, use the search bar. If you want to browse under "Songs", go there. Once you've found your song, tap it to immediately add it and set it as an alarm sound.
Now that your alarm is active and the time has come, the song will start, reducing the likelihood you'll turn off the alarm and fall asleep again.
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