Apple Pay, the digital payment service that allows you to pay for things like toys and games, is being embraced by kids across the globe.

Now, the company is opening up its latest product line to children.

Apple Pay will be launched in 2018 in select countries, including the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

The service will be available for children in countries with limited or no access to credit cards, like Russia, Egypt, and Turkey.

The company says it plans to roll out more countries in the future, and hopes to eventually allow for international payments.

“We’re thrilled to bring Apple Pay to kids everywhere,” said Bill Schoening, senior vice president of products at Apple.

“By partnering with children’s charities, Apple Pay will empower children to get involved in the global community.

With Apple Pay enabled in your child’s life, they can share photos, stories, and stories of their lives on their favorite social networks.”

The Apple Pay service will also enable children to purchase things like Disney-themed toys, a pair of sneakers, and a few other items.

Apple is planning to roll its new service out to its more than 80 million customers in 2018, with plans to launch Apple Pay on Apple TV, Apple Watch, Apple TV accessories, and Apple Watch Series 2 in 2019.