Ghanaian Man in UK develops the world’s first earbuds that auto-translate 40 languages.

Danny Manu, a Ghanaian living in the United Kingdom, has developed a breakthrough technology that will benefit the entire world.


The self-made entrepreneur has created wireless earbuds that can automatically translate between languages and other languages.

Danny Manu’s headphones are capable of automatically translating 40 languages.


“The world’s first completely wireless earphones,” according to the company, which is named Click. They feature live speech translation in 40 languages and are available in black or white.

The earphones function in conjunction with a smartphone application that you must download and configure to any of the 40 languages available. When you speak, the other person will hear you in the language that you have selected.

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