AAC+ is supported by all major browser vendors including mobile browsers for HTML5 video and audio.
mp3Pro on the other hand is widely unsupported.
Now, I must say, both these statements are actually wrong
AAC+ is in NO WAY supported by ANY browser, in fact, both Firefox and Chrome have difficulty using it and as such, any decent web designer will laugh at anyone making a website using it
MP3Pro is merely a packeted form of MP3, which IS supported natively by EVERY browser, including IE (from 8 onwards in fact)
MP3Pro is merely decoded to be smaller than it is, meaning if you don't have the encoder, you hear the lower quality version
BUT, my POINT, is that I want MP3Pro so that the low quality, MP3 stream can be used by mobile devices and website, and... as I said in my initial post... MP3Pro for people using REAL MEDIA APPLICATIONS like Jetaudio, that we recommend to our listeners, OR, the incredibly expensive app, that is now fairly useless, that we had built specifically for my radio station
Meaning that those using a mobile device OR the website from anywhere (including a mobile device) get the easier to stream, 64kb/s stream, where as those that use our app, OR our recommended media players, get the better quality, decoded 128kb/s stream, but still at only a download of 64kb/s