Swift had spectacularly pulled her back catalogue from the service in November 2014, after penning an essay in which she criticised the streaming model - specifically its ad-sponsored free tier, which then paid artists $0.0012 per track - saying musicians should not "undervalue their art".
In total, she made about 329,000 in revenue, according to Billboard, in addition to $59,000 in publishing royalties - bringing the USA total to about $397,000.
Seems the Taylor Swift Spotify rift created even more demand for her tunes on the streaming service.
If the $400,000 manages to keep up, Swift can earn herself lots of money just from her back catalog alone.
The announcement was made at midnight on June 9 - with a tweet confirming that the move was to celebrate album "1989" selling 10 million albums worldwide.
But the timing was criticised online as a petty power-play, coming in the same week as her rival Katy Perry released her new album Witness. "I think it's time", she said via Entertainment Tonight. Her reps posted a note to her Taylor Nation Instagram revealing the reason behind her decision to allow her music to be streamed.
"I forgive her, and I'm sorry for anything I ever did, and I hope the same from her, and I think it's actually".