I hate to bring up cool stuff about Android here. So for the record I am not a recent iPhone convert. I bought my first iPhone in 2008, on the 3G world release day. Jailbroke when @MuscleNerd and company dropped it just days after. That being said, the DropBox app on Android has one major advantage. It has a deamon running in the background initiating the automatic camera upload feature DropBox has. In iOS on the other hand the you need to launch the DropBox app to initiate the awesomeness this feature holds. And (educated guess) 10 minutes after you leave the DropBox app, it pauses the upload and or does no longer listen for new pictures. I know off Backgrounder, but that is a crude and dirty way of doing something like this. Both the battery, RAM, and CPU will suffer, running Backgrounder, even if only for that app. Guessing any plist hacks would not circumvent the timed disable of such features? Looking for a hack/tweak to fix this. Anyone? Thank you!