Tinder Swiper in Python

It swipes left and right using a random time to simulate realistic swiping, it also swipes left and right at random. It utilises Mersenne Twister which makes it utilise an extreme form of randomness in both cases, for the time and the left and right swiping. The reason why I chose such extreme randomness was in order to facilitate the algorithm that Tinder utilises, meaning if you usually just swipe right all the time it will not give you as many matches.

The only downside to the below code is sometimes you get pop ups inside the tinder web app, but I have had it running for a few hours quite easily with no problems and excellent results.

import keyboard
import time
import random
from os import system, name 

loopIncrement = 0
inputVar = int(input("Enter amount of times to swipe: "))
left = 'left'
right = 'right'
LIncrement = 0
RIncrement = 0


for i in range(inputVar):
    LeftOrRight = random.choice([left, right])
    randTime = random.uniform(0.00,4.00)
    keyboard.press_and_release(LeftOrRight)
    print("Swiped: " + LeftOrRight)
    if (LeftOrRight == 'left'):
    	LIncrement +=1
    else:
    	RIncrement +=1
    system('cls')
    time.sleep(randTime)
    print(randTime)
    loopIncrement +=1
    system('cls')
    print("Swiped a total of: " + str(loopIncrement) + " times!")
    print("Swiped Left a total of: " + str(LIncrement) + " times!")
    print("Swiped Right a total of: " + str(RIncrement) + " times!")
    time.sleep(randTime)
    print(randTime)
    system('cls')
    time.sleep(randTime)
    print(randTime)