Android Brave: insertion of PGP

Are you about to suggest we add something or alter something to Brave? Don’t just tell us what you want - a lot of people want a lot of things. Instead, state your requested feature and state your case for why it should be seriously considered. You’re much more likely to get feedback from the team this way.
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Webmail seems fairly ubiquitous and a great deal of the free email operators
are making the bulk of their income from selling access to people’s email to both third party
operators (marketing companies) as well as intelligence services, at the very least it would
Be preferential, if I was working via webmail access via Brave, to have a PGP key generator and
retrieval tool built in to the back end that could register when I was in Gmail or Yahoo etc etc.
I have tried to get access to the Chrome webstore without luck (if there is a work around, I’m unaware of it) and I wanted to try to load MailVelope or the FlowCrypt extension for that purpose.
I understand that less is more. A further extension may provide the means of a hole or surface area
that allows for insertion of code. So if it cannot work I understand. Cheers. And thank you for Brave.
I must have used or tried 30 or 40+ alleged privacy browsers, but this fits my parameters more closely than any others.

This isn’t really a solution but you might want to give protonmail a look it has pgp encryption built in. It’s all encrypted anyway but you can encrypt the body of your message with other keys