I used to have Playlist, like the rest of us, but as we all know, Playlist.com has disabled their player and says even though they are working on getting it back, it will be a while because their priority is mobile aps.
I found a player by Podsnack that looks and acts just like the old Playlist.com player.
There was a problem though because although it's html by default, Aeria would not accept I-frames BUT.. I had an excellent and awesome tech, by the name of John, live chat with me for over an hour until he figured out how to get it to work on Aeria (he even created an account to work through it) GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE!! He figured out how to change it to object code, and then gave me the object code.
They have a free playlist that has limitations and a watermark, but it's still free. You will still use dropbox to load your songs to it just the same as some of the other players I've seen talked about in the forums here.
The work around he found is as follows in case you are interested (Go to my profile page and check out mine. If you like it, then here is the workaround to get it to work)
When you click on the embed button and copy the code, you will see it looks like the code below (starting with <iframe… which will not work in our profile here at Aeria.
<iframe style="border:none" src="http://files.podsnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=ah3los5m&t=1381793286" width="395" height="360" allowfullscreen="true" mozallowfullscreen="true" webkitallowfullscreen="true"></iframe>
However, the awesome tech at Podsnack, named John, who worked for over an hour to fix it so it would work with Aeria’s profile, made the below changes:
At the beginning of the code, replace what is red above, with:
<object type="text/html" data=
At the end of the code, replace what is red above with:
So that your code looks the same as Below. I have replaced my numbers with X’s so that someone does not accidentally end up with my playlist on their profile.
<object type="text/html" data="http://files.podsnack.com/iframe/embed.html?hash=XXXXXXX=XXXXXXXXX" width="400" height="360"></object>
I went ahead and paid for 10 points at $1.50 a point ($19 something) so that I could have unlimited songs in my playlist and no watermark, but like I said at the beginning, they also have a free version. I figured with what I spend on A.P., another $20 to have my playlist the way I want it was worth it.