Apple Music subscribers can grant third-party apps access to their account. For example, to stream music through echoing devices or to create an annual overview of the most commonly heard music.
If you have a third-party app or service, you can access your Apple Music account. You will still have access until you disable access. If you want to reduce the amount of data flowing out of your account, you'll need to work on different sections of which apps have access to your Apple Music information.
In Apple Music
Users using an iOS device must open the Apple Music app and select the For You tab. Then tap on your profile photo in the upper right corner. Scroll down the account page until you find a section labeled Apps With Access . There you'll find a list of apps you've previously granted access to your account, and tapping the Edit button will remove the apps you no longer use.
On Android, open the Apple Music app and select the tab for you . Next, tap the three-dot menu icon in the upper right corner (just above your profile photo), followed by Settings . If you have granted an app access to your Apple Music account on the Android device, a section of Apps With Access appears – swipe over the name of the app to remove it.
Slide the switch next to each app or service you want to disable off position.
It's not clear why an app appears in the iOS Settings app instead of the Apple Music app. For me, the apps listed in each section were different, so it's a good idea to review both places.