Unix Timestamp, also known as Unix Time, or Epoch Time, is the representation of time instants as the number of seconds passed since January 1, 1970 (UTC). It's often preferred as a time storage format because of its timezone-independent nature. An integer representation, however, makes it cumbersome to query on the data type. This is a small application to address that problem. It makes it easier to parse and create Unix timestamps and see their equivalent dates in different timezones.