Converts Unix time to human readable format and vice versa
Unix Time Converter quickly converts time stamps.
With a click of the mouse it displays the current time in Unix format (number of seconds since epoch) and its ISO 8601 representation in both UTC and local time zone.
When the supplied time is a number, it is always interpreted as the offset since epoch, but depending on its value it is assumed to be seconds, milliseconds, or nanoseconds.
When the supplied time is a string, Unix Time Converter tries to interpret it and display it in the four supported formats.
This extension was inspired by the Epoch Converter add-on for Firefox written by Harsh Karn.