Your passion. Your creations. Your business.

Dropbox Shop makes selling your digital content—like art, plug-ins, and music—as easy as copying and pasting a link. So it’s really no work to see how well it works. Currently in limited beta. Available in the United States in English only.

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Easily sell your digital content

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Get up and running

Create product listings, complete with secure payment processing and automatic delivery, in just three clicks.

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Make the connection

Establish your brand and maintain your relationship with customers through a custom storefront, not a cluttered marketplace of sellers.

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Mind your business

Track your store and product performance with detailed data on sales, revenue, and customer actions.

What can you do with Shop?

Three clicks is all it takes. Add content from Dropbox, set a custom preview and price, and we’ll create a shareable link that anyone can visit to buy your product.

Dropbox Shop listing for "Digital print bundle" priced $15, with Buy button

Include up to 50 GB of images, audio, video, and documents in each listing (limit varies by plan), and they’ll be delivered automatically upon payment.

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Just paste your product listing links into social media posts, emails, web pages, or any other communications to share with customers directly.

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Our partnerships with PayPal and Stripe let you give your customers multiple payment options, including all major credit cards and Google Pay.

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Create your own e-commerce storefront and present your products in style.

Dropbox Shop storefront "Jacqueline's Digital Prints" with images, titles, and prices for several listings

Review aggregate and listing-level sales, views, and revenue, plus see customer info like traffic source, detailed actions, and historical transactions.

Review aggregate and listing-level sales, views, and revenue, plus see customer info like traffic source, detailed actions, and historical transactions.

What can you sell with Shop?

Types of content

We've introduced Shop as a beta with support for several common types of content, and we’ll be looking to understand what our users need. Some examples of content that can be sold with Shop include:

  • Digital art and graphic design
  • Music and audio
  • Plug-ins and digital tools
  • Educational materials
  • Film, photography, and animation
  • Business consulting and professional services reports
  • Writing and publishing
  • Personal finance spreadsheets
  • Gaming tutorials and esports recordings
  • Lifestyle, fitness, and wellness videos
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What Shop customers are saying

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Frequently asked questions

We currently do not take a percentage cut of transactions as we’re in the early stages of this product and looking to develop it with your feedback. The only transaction fee is the processing fee our payment providers charge (2.9% + $0.30 per transaction).

Yes, you’ll need to have a Dropbox Basic, Plus, or Pro account to sell items using Shop.

We’ll be granting waitlisted users access to Shop over the coming months.

The total amount of content you can upload into a Shop listing is based on your underlying Dropbox account. Each listing is limited to 50 GB for Plus and Pro accounts, and 2 GB for Basic accounts.

You can view a list of file types currently supported by Shop in our help center.

Yes! You can upload multiple file types in each listing.

No, customers don’t need a Dropbox account to purchase from your storefront. If they do have a Dropbox account, they can easily access prior purchases. If they don’t, they’ll need to validate their email to re-download prior purchases.