When it comes to Tinder, Nina Agdal is swiping right. The model is starring alongside Erin Heatherton in a trailer for the app's new "Super Like" feature, which launches globally on Thursday and allows users to dole out one Super Like per day to an extra-special someone. In the clip, Agdal is approached by a number of definite swipe lefts. Just as they're starting to encroach on her, Heatherton pulls out some kick-ass moves to get rid of Agdal's rejects-and make room for a Super Like. Surely, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl rarely has trouble finding a date, but Agdal says the Super Like feature ups Tinder users' chances of finding a match. "What's great about the Super Like function is that it gives you even more control," she explains to PEOPLE. "You get to pick one extra-special person you really want to match with that day." Whether she's liking or super liking a match, Agdal says she thinks Tinder is a perfect way to connect with others, too. "It's a great way to meet people that you may never have been able to before in any other context," she says. "It gives you the power to choose who you want to talk to and meet." (People)
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