We're excited that you're integrating Dropbox into your app! You'll need to follow these guidelines for us to approve your app for production status, and your app must continue to comply with these guidelines after it's been approved.
You'll need to give us a name for your Dropbox app:
Above all, your Dropbox app name and app name as used elsewhere shouldn't confuse or mislead users on your app's affiliation or association with Dropbox. For example, only use "for Dropbox" when it's necessary to distinguish your Dropbox app from your other apps; your brand should stand alone wherever possible.
We'll also need your app's logo as part of the approval process:
Your app's logo is shown to users on the app authorization page, as well as on their linked apps list.
Please keep your app name, logo, website, contact info, and other important information up to date in the App Console and your account settings. This will provide a consistent and accurate experience for your users, and help us reach you if there's a problem with your app.
You may only use the Dropbox name and logo in your app to identify or direct a user to a Dropbox integration or functionality. For example, you may use a Dropbox logo and "Save to Dropbox" text on a button to prompt a user to save a file to Dropbox.
You may only use the approved logos, available here. Remember that you may not copy or imitate the look and feel of Dropbox products.
You may use the Dropbox name and logo in marketing for your app as long as you follow our Dropbox branding guidelines and this additional guidance:
This is a living document, and we want to work on it collaboratively with the Dropbox developer community. Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.