If you are using an iPhone, than there is built in feature called Switch Control that can be set up to function in a similar manner to a bot. This will, of course, make it much easier to grab blocks from Amazon. Here is how to set it up: 1. Go into Settings / General / Accessibility and all the way at the bottom of the menu, select Accessibility Shortcut and make sure it is set to Switch Control. This will allow you turn switch control on and off by triple clicking the Home button. 2. In the Accessibility sub menu, you then need to select Switch Control / Recipes / Create New Recipe... 3. Enter a Name for this new recipe, then select Assign a Switch... / Full Screen / Custom Gesture. 4. On the very bottom of the screen, hit Hide Controls. You have 10 seconds to record a sequence. Start by tapping on the bottom where the "Refresh" button from Amazon would normally appear, then tap on the top where the blocks would normally appear. Repeat this as fast as you can until the 10 seconds are up and the Controls bar appears again at the bottom. 5. Hit the Save button on top right of the screen, then hit Recipes on top left of screen to go back to the Recipes menu. 6. Select Launch Recipe and choose the Recipe you just created. Now every time you activate Switch Control it will be set to play that Recipe. 7. Log into your Amazon app and go to the Offers screen. Turn on switch control by triple clicking your home button. Every time you tap the screen now, it will play the Recipe you created, attempting to grab any blocks that pop up. To turn off switch control just triple tap your Home button again. 8. Because your Recipe consists of 10 seconds of taps, you can rapidly tap your screen for about 10 minutes and it will continue auto tapping for about 20 minutes after you stop, without you having to touch anything.