Today is the scheduled release date for the first public version of the Twidroid application, formerly known as Twitroid. It allows you to post updates with pictures via a site called--you guessed it--Phodroid. If you said ?Picdroid,? you lose ten points.
I suspect we're going to see all kinds of this-droid and that-droid naming going on. It's cool for now, but don't push it too far, people.
Anyway, as the site says, the Twitter client should show up in the Android Market sometime over the next few days - making it the first app of its kind with a no-hassle installation. It's also the most polished, based on the early, tiny screenshot above. There are a few other similar programs out there, but they're not for the faint of heart, or entomophobic.
Check out the features here. (I didn't feel right copying the bullet points from their site, and they've explained them as succinctly as possible.)
For those who are interested in the more obscure Android Twitter clients: there's Trak, which somehow integrates GPS into your Tweets; TwitterDroid, a clone of the iPhone's Twitterific; and a generic client that was written as an example for programmers.