Dropbox Business Development Account Request Form
Please use this form to request a free Dropbox Business Development Account. Accounts are granted on a by-request basis and are contingent on additional terms and conditions.
Dropbox Technology Partner
Your email (for contact purposes)
About your app
Email associated with your Dropbox app
App name (as shown in the app console)
About your request
Email for Dropbox Business Development Account (the email address must not already be a part of a Dropbox Business team)
Why do you need a Dropbox Business Development Account?
Dropbox Business Development Account Additional Terms and Conditions
and Dropbox’s developer terms available at
. The following additional terms and conditions apply to the Development Account.
1. Only one team of 3 members under the Dropbox Business Standard plan (
) will be provisioned to each Developer.
2. Development Accounts will only be provided for Developer’s bona fide testing purposes. Development Accounts may not be used as your main Dropbox Business account. For example, you should not use the Development Account for purposes of cloud storage, content distribution, or collaboration. If you need a Dropbox Business account for your organization, please visit our Business (
) page for more information.
3. Dropbox may, at a later time in its sole discretion, transition all Development Accounts under a single environment accessible to Developers.
4. Developer will provide to Dropbox at no charge all reasonably requested assistance in Dropbox’s effort to eliminate any fraud or abuse that may be associated with any Development Account. If Dropbox finds any fraud, abuse, or other violation of these terms associated with any Development Account, Dropbox may immediately terminate the Development Account.
5. Dropbox may also terminate access to the Development Account for any reason by providing at least 60 days prior notice.
Please check that you agree to the Dropbox Business Development Account Additional Terms and Conditions outlined above.
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