By Nate Swanner September 13, 2013 23 33 412 23 Better hurry before it sells out again!Advertisement The Chromecast has made a quiet return to the Play Store. According to the official Play Store page, it also ships in 1-2 business days. Google’s Chromecast was met with wild fanfare upon launch, with it’s very attractive price point and ease of use. For YouTube fans, it’s the first low-cost streaming device able to meet their needs. Google ran out of stock quickly after launch, as did Best Buy and Amazon. Amazon notes the dongle “usually” ships in 7-10 days, and many Best Buy stores are out of stock, with in-store pickup available in 3-5 business days. For once, the Play Store might just be your best option for getting your hands on the Chromecast. It’s a good sign that Google rectified their stock issue so quickly, as many (myself included) anticipated the stock to be out for quite some time, like the Nexus 4 debacle. Currently, the Chromecast can stream content from your Chrome browser, or via apps like Netflix or YouTube. We’re still waiting for HBO GO — among others — to make their appearance on the dongle. 23 33 412 previous postLG G2 optical image stabilization showcased in new video!next postWhat’s your take on the new iPhones? Do they change anything for Android?