Free Tools Association - while not strictly a "vendor," the FTA does offer a gamut of unique software titles they produced over the years. Games, tools, and their remarkable demos are all available on the web site.
Karl Bunker - Karl has moved on to the Macintosh world with his software company, Iron Software. Luckily for the Apple II world, Karl was kind enough to re-release his award winning "BunkerWare as freeware, and is available for download. The BunkerWare collection of utilities and fun things includes Sneeze, File-A-Trix, Quit-To, and FloorTiles.
Kitchen Sink Software - While Eric Bush is no longer actively engaged in the Apple II Software business, he is in the process of releasing many of the programs from Kitchen Sink Software as freeware. Amazing Window Gradebook, Robot Assembly Lab, and KickStart, plus the all-important source code, are now available on the Kitchen Sink website. AccuDraw, CADDRAW, Cookie Cutter, System II, and MicroDot are on the way.
MacTreasures - specializes in unusual and hard-to-find Macintosh and Newton software....from Apple II to Power Mac. We will even search for software for our customers.
Ninjaforce - Revenge Of The Bobs, Asimov, Gimme A Clue, Deskplay, Anim, Megademo, NF Assembler,TaifunBoot, Picture Ripper II, and more!
OldSoftware.Com - a company with an 18 year track record in the software business. Many Apple II titles available, and if they don't have it, they very likely may know how to find what you are looking for.
RJ Cooper & Associates - Software and Hardware for Persons with Special Needs. Their catalog includes Apple II-specific software that works with the Intellikeys system for users with limited motor skills.
Scantron Quality Computers - SQC is now "ClassroomDirect.com" - while there's precious little material related to the Apple II, they do have a catalog available.
Sequential Systems - SeqNet has announced that they are no longer shipping hardware and software products, such as the Second Sight Video Cards, RamFAST SCSI Interface cards, RAM GS Plus memory cards, etc. They may still make software available for download.
Shareware Solutions II - Golden Orchard CD-ROM, CheckWorks, Script-Central disks and CD-ROM, Studio City disks and CD-ROM, the entire NAUG collection, The Gate, Space Fox, Contacts GS, Convert 3200, LemminGS, Symbolix GS, Wolfenstein 3-D, scads of AppleWorks GS templates, and much, much more!
Sheppyware - Wolfenstein 3D!, Cleaner Clean Up 1.0.4, ChessMaster 2100 Fix 1.0, Desktop Image Extension 1.0, EasyMount KeyChanger 1.0, ErrorStrings Installer 1.0, FixBoot 2.0, FixFindFile 1.0, Font Redirectory 1.0, GreyScale Extension 1.0, KeyNotifier 1.3, The Localizer, LotsaTools 1.1, Merlin 16 Plus GS/OS Macros, Merlin 16 Plus System 6 Macros, GNO News 1.2, GNO Password 1.0.1, Patch SysBeep2, ProBOOT 5.2.1, Sheppy's Clipboard 1.0, etc.
Softdisk Publishing - Syndicomm has announced that all 166 issues of the 8-bit version of Softdisk are now for sale on their website. A downloadable index is available from the Syndicomm website to help the buyer decide which issue they're interested in.
Software and More - Located in Citrus Heights, CA, this is a mom and pop operation specializing in Apple II, older IBM, older Mac, Atari ST and Commodore 64 software, hardware and systems.
Syndicomm - Syndicomm's new online store for Apple II products is open for business. With Syndicomm-produced titles such as the KFest 2001 Multimedia Pack in addition to the Parkhurst Micro Products, EGO Systems, and Byte Works products Syndicomm has licensed, it's a one-stop shop for Apple II software shopping.
Sun Remarketing - A good selection of Apple II 8 bit software is still available from Sun!
Techware - publishers of Tutor-Tech, a powerful and flexible hypermedia program for Apple IIc, IIe, & IIgs.
VintageFunWorld.Com - Everything from drives and cards to complete systems for the Apple II series, along with dozens of software titles and related books and manuals.