Taylor Swift brings '1989' to Apple Music after all

Taylor Swift demonstrated her power in the entertainment industry when she wrote an open, widely publicized letter to Apple slamming the company for not paying artists during Apple Music's three-month trial period for each new customer. Apple quickly reversed that policy, promising to pay every artist, even indies, during the trial period. It seems Swift is ready to forgive and forget -- today, she announced that her newest album, 1989, will be available on Apple Music. "After the events of this week, I've decided to put 1989 on Apple Music... and happily so," Swift tweeted.

Other artists are hopping aboard the Apple Music train as well: Pharrell Williams' song "Freedom" will be exclusive to Apple's new streaming service and a handful of indie labels are all-in. Swift doesn't have any kind of exclusivity deal with Apple, she noted today in a follow-up tweet, but she's thankful for Apple's "change of heart." We'll call this one a happy ending.