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To put it simply. I designed EpochClock to automate converting unix timestamps to a human readable date. Using the date command required me to stop what I was doing and use the date command to convert the timestamp. Sometimes I'd want the date in a different timezone.
EpochClock accomplishes this, and in an easy to use way. In fact I use it almost every day. The addition of user notifications and detection or human readable dates has made my life even easier.
I hope you all enjoy the app as much as I do. There are a few tunables and features only available in the paid version but core functionality is now free.
* Puts the current unix times in the status bar
* Detect unix timestamps copied to the clipboard
* Detect natural language dates copied to the clipboard
* Easily convert from a timestamp to date and date to timestamp.
* Get a user notification when a date or timestamp is detected. Use the copy button in the notification to copy the converted timestamp or date!
* Easily switch between your 'favorite' timezones. Only UTC and your current timezone are available with the free version.
* Clearly shows when a timestamp has been converted or if EpochClock is using the current time
* Copy the converted time with the push of a button
* When there is not a timestamp to convert the current time is shown for both unix and human readable
* Restrict the range of timestamps that get converted (with in-app purchase)
* Automatically set EpochClock to start and login, right from within the app! (with in-app purchase)
* iCloud bug fixes
* Fixed in app purchase price not being displayed
* Fixed the timezone being reset to the users locale every launch.
* Polished a few rough edges
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- Last changed:
- Feb 28, 2014
- Developer Tools
- Josh Tway
- 2.4 MB
- Current Version Average Rating:
- 5.00 (1)
- All Versions Average Rating:
- 5.00 (5)