For dedicated Android users, there's a certain feeling of comfort that comes from seeing Google Play gift cards line the shelves of their local convenience store. The visibility serves as a sign of the platform's popularity and reach, a little reminder that the OS we've come to rely on isn't going away anytime in the near future. Now those little cards are appearing in two more countries: Turkey and South Korea.

In Turkey, the gift cards come in increments of 25, 50, and 100 lira. South Korea's options range from ₩15,000 to ₩50,000 and beyond.

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It doesn't matter whether you're buying gift cards for someone else or just picking up a couple for yourself (we won't judge), having the option is nice. This is also one way to convert cold hard cash into a currency that Google understands and appreciates.

If you live in either of these countries and have seen cards in the wild, don't hesitate to share your experience.

Sources: Google Play support page [1], [2], gift card pages for Turkey and South Korea