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The more lines you cast into the ocean, the better chance you'll snag a fish. In that same fashion: the more you swipe right on Tinder, the more matches you'll potentially get. 

Unfortunately, you're human. That means you're limited by the muscles and ligaments nature put in that measly hand of yours. So in order to increase your chances, and if you have the brains to do it, you're better off building a robot to do all of the swiping for you. One engineer did just that, having built a device equipped with a stylus that automatically swipes right on Tinder profiles. T-800 Model 101, eat your heart out. After that, all the engineer has to do is find out who he matched up with and decide who to pursue (that's a whole 'nother ball game). Interestingly enough, this isn't the only hack men have created to increase their luck on Tinder. This device is an upgrade from a different one created a few months ago, and another engineer created an app that automatically 'likes' every girl on Tinder.