A timestamp represents the time and date at which an event was recorded by a computer. For instance, it can store information about the time and date when a certain file within your Mac was modified. This program enables you to convert timestamps to various formats.
Timestamp Converter doesn't bring you an actual interface. Instead, it features a menu in your status bar where you can find the integrated guide and timestamp information. The built-in help manual teaches you how to convert your timestamps with minimum effort.
Furthermore, the application lets you choose between two input methods: copy the current timestamp to clipboard (for revealing the current time and date) or copy a Unix or Epoch timestamp from third-party Mac tools. This program will automatically convert the imported information to the readable format, without slowing down your Mac.
In my testing, the utility worked 100%. The guide was easy to comprehend and I had no issues converting my timestamps. The only thing I didn't like was that I wasn't able to copy the conversion results to my clipboard.
Still, you can find plenty of other free solutions for converting timestamps on your Mac without the need to download and install third-party apps. For example, you can easily find websites specialized in converting timestamps to a readable format.