Although it was always possible to set music as the alarm sound for the alarms you wake up to every morning, but with new Cydia release known as PlaylistAlarm you would be able to set entire music playlists as alarm sounds on iOS 9 iPhone. You can use this tweak to ensure you’ll be listening to a new song every time your alarm clock wakes you up in the morning.
How Set Music Playlists As Alarm Sounds In iOS 9
PlaylistAlarm tweak can be downloaded for free on your jailbroken device from Cydia’s BigBoss repository and currently works only on iOS 8 devices. The developer behind the tweak ensures that iOS 9 support is coming very soon. Once the PlaylistAlarm tweak is installed it would add a new cell entitled “Playlist” under Clock > Alarm, allowing you to pick any playlist from your Music app to play as an alarm when it’s time to get up:
You can even set the playlist to shuffle play every time the alarm goes off, which ensures you’ll hear a different song every time the alarm sounds. This is a nice change over having to set a static song that you’re going to hear every time the alarm goes off.
If you use any of your iOS devices as alarm clocks and have a colorful music library, with tweak you can set entire music playlists as alarm sounds on iOS 9 iPhone and wake up with new song every morning.
For the heavy sleepers that have troubles waking up to the same song every morning, PlaylistAlarm can play an entire music playlist when it’s time to get up.
PlaylistAlarm works with the stock Music app, so you can’t use this tweak with third-party music apps such as Spotify or Pandora, keep that in mind.