The WOZ Disk Image format is an offshoot of the Applesauce project. Capturing highly accurate bit data is of no use if you don’t have a container to hold the data. The WOZ format was designed to be able to contain every possible Apple ][ disk structure and layout. It can be so accurate that even copy protected software can’t tell that it isn’t an original disk.
The WOZ Disk Image format has been placed into the public domain and dedicated to the Apple ][ community.
If you wish to add WOZ support to your project, please see the WOZ Disk Image Reference. A set of test disk images can be found here. If you have created something that works with WOZ files and would like to be added to this list, please let us know.
Software Emulators that support using WOZ
An open source Apple ][ emulator for macOS. It currently supports reading but not writing to WOZ files. Its emulation is very good.
A fantastic Apple ][ emulator for macOS. It supports reading and writing to WOZ files. Its emulation is very good.
The granddaddy of emulators. It currently support reading but not writing to WOZ files. Its emulation is good, but not yet complete, due to imperfect emulation of the MC3470 chip.
A really cool Apple ][ emulator for Windows, macOS and Linux. It supports reading and writing to WOZ files. Its emulation is very good.
Hardware Emulators that support using WOZ
Tools for manipulating WOZ
A multipurpose tool for manipulating WOZ disk images.
A tool for converting DSK images to WOZ format.
|Apple II Disk Browser
A tool that allows you to view the contents of disk images.