Even with Google's clout behind it, Android Pay's international rollout hasn't exactly been progressing as blazing fast speed.
Still, any new territory covered means more opportunities for Android Pay, and more chances of competing with Apple Pay or even Samsung Pay .
The newest territory to join Google's mobile payment kingdom is, well, the United Kingdom, allowing Android users to pay for coffee or transportation with just a tap of their phone.
For now, that means Android Pay's supported UK banks are limited to the likes of Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, M Bank, MBNA and Nationwide Building Society.
Those who do have MasterCards or debit cards from those banks will have a wide range of places to use their smartphones to pay.
And they also can pay for in-app purchases using less taps with Android Pay.