@NobbZ I use K9 on my Android phone, which is a great email client, that receives updates regularly.
However, its PGP-adapter only works properly when you've rooted your phone, and it still cannot read PGP/Mime-encrypted emails, which is the current default used by most PGP software.
@Linuus @hubertlepicki said the same thing already, but maybe this itself is a case of cache invalidation .
To be honest, I'd love some kind of database where computing scientists could keep track of what they have named things, so we can get a feeling for what to name new things in the future.
However, usually the hard thing is mostly to know what it is, and a name comes once you know that. (Although some descriptions can be understood conceptually but not named in a way that is clear for newcomers who do not grasp the concept yet. An example would be the Monad here . )