YouTube channels are an excellent way to stay up-to-date with the tech news, devices and tutorials.
And these channels are the go-to places to learn about technology and stay updated on the latest devices.
Here’s a list of 11 Ghanaian Tech YouTube channels you should start watching.
Delppy (Bytes Unlocked)
Delppy is an Android fanatic and Tech Youtuber who runs the channel Bytes Unlocked. His videos include unboxing, reviews, comparisons and tech hacks. If you want to enjoy tech in an easygoing way he’s your guy.
Innocent K Boateng
Innocent’s channel is a one-stop shop for photoshop tutorials and tech reviews. From designing flyers to calendars you’re most likely to find an easy-to-understand breakdown of how to use photoshop from this channel.
Frank (Cyber Reviews)
A brilliant channel if you’re looking for honest midrange phone reviews. Oh and he does a lot of giveaways.
Sorji Grey (The Device Hub)
Sorji Grey reviews a wide range of devices from smartphones to wireless speakers. His channel also revolve around everyday tech discussions.
Ishmael shares tips for startups and entrepreneurs and also covers some basic tech hacks.
Rick Aqua is one of the OGs in tech YouTubing, having started his channel in 2013. To top that he’s one of the most consistent uploaders and reviews a lot of great phones as well as apps. You definitely should check him out.
It’s hard (almost impossible…) to make a tech list without including Ghizmo Hub. Ghizmo hub has some of the best thumbnails. This channel has unboxing reviews of Xiaomi 11, Poco X3, Tecno Spark 7P and games including Among Us and Genshin Impact.
iGoods GH doubles as store for everything Apple-related iPhones, AirPods you name it. If you’re looking for a channel with a focus on Apple and iOS, here you go.
Henry Allotey (Henry Covic)
Henry is building his channel steadily. His channel contains videos of his impressions on the latest news and devices, plus a good number of reviews.
BassePoint may not have thousands of subscribers yet, but it does have a collection of great videos. This is the channel for you, if you’re interested in tech startups.
Akosua Annobil (Akosua AB2020)
This channel documents and archives the Tech in Ghana Conference over the years. It features interviews of Microsoft’s Ivy Barley, KudiGo and a number of other startups and tech hubs.
I hope this list helps you to discover some new tech content that you will enjoy watching.