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With so many videos being uploaded to YouTube, every minute, it can get a little confusing to know which videos to watch. Videos, about food, travel, building things, unboxing stuff, educational videos, informative videos, technology videos, fitness videos, movie review videos, sports videos, slow motion videos, photography videos, enthusiast videos, decoration videos, beauty videos, and adventure videos. The list goes on. In short there is a video about everything. So if you are bored, need a break, want to relax, be creative, be amazed or just want to learn something new and interesting, then these YouTube channels are truly worth watching. These channels also have a lot subscribers and are among the most watched channels on YouTube, worldwide.
CNET provides the latest tech news, unbiased reviews, podcasts, software downloads, and How-To videos. This YouTube channel does provide a variety of videos that are without a doubt great to watch. They also have videos about the latest inventions and products in the tech industry. YouTube Link
Interesting and creative DIY videos. From home decoration ideas to transforming a broken item to a piece of art, this page offers a variety of fun videos to be more creative and do-it-yourself hacks. They even have videos on fashion, makeup and beauty hacks. YouTube Link
Yep it is Dude Perfect. The group of 5 who are famous for hitting and shooting stuff a little too precisely. It is very entertaining to watch their sporty and energetic videos. You can also check out their videos on their website. YouTube Link
An internet personality who is well known for producing quality tech videos. His videos provide the latest information and reviews in technology. If you are interested to know whats new these days in technology, smart phones, gadgets, and tech toys, then his videos are amazing. YouTube Link
A YouTube channel to watch for saving money and time, on a lot of things. Home decoration ideas, cleaning tips, clever ways to reuse stuff, repair tips, phone tips, tips to make life easier and tricks for daily use. They teach a lot of hacks, which are easy to do. YouTube Link
Well its not just about unboxing things. The You Tuber also provides insightful details as he unwraps the products. Unbox Therapy shows the coolest products with very clean and elaborate videos, discussing the features in detail. YouTube Link
Yolanda Gampp teaches how to bake delicious and beautiful cakes. Her tips, tricks, and simple recipes teach how to bake the perfect cake. Each video has all the steps and ingredients needed. Most of the cakes are figurines and edible pieces of art. YouTube Link
They make Macro videos and slow motion videos look fantastic. Most of their videos include things transforming or moving, which is very vibrant and mesmerizing to watch. YouTube Link
Gav and Dan entertain with their fun and slow motion videos. Might be the best slow motion video channel on YouTube. They have a massive list of videos and really make every second count. Literally. YouTube Link
Thomas Heaton shows great landscape photography videos. He records his wonderful adventures, provides useful tips, and discusses the best photography gear he uses in his videos. In the process we also get to see some of the most stunning landscapes in the world. YouTube Link
A great channel for gamers and IT professionals. A team of experts who make great videos about PC hardware and accessories to improve gaming. They also make a lot of reviews about laptops, gaming consoles, headphones, smart phones and a lot of products made specially for gaming. YouTube Link
This channel shows makeovers, the latest furniture, fabrics, accessories, expert renovation tips and tricks for organizing your homes. So if you are looking for tips to decorate or redecorate your house, purchase furniture, or rearrange your house, then their videos are a must watch. YouTube Link
There are many other well known YouTube channels, covering various topics. Listing them all in one post here would not be possible, but this is just a start. Which YouTube channels do you follow? Do mention.
Originally posted on: Gagan’s Web Blog