Ambrosia Software has reportedly laid off its entire development team and has folded. Though the closing hasn’t yet been made official, a number of Ambrosia employees have tweeted about being laid off. The company has also indicated that they’re still in business, despite tweets to the contrary.

Rudy Richter, a former software developer for Ambrosia, tweeted the following:

End of an era, so long and thanks for all the fish, ambrosia. On to the next adventure,

Later, in a tweet to the Pebble Smartwatch Twitter account, Ricther said that his “employer closed up shop today.” Richter also stated that he and his co-workers are looking for jobs. Other Ambrosia developers including Jon Gary and Jeremy Knope have posted similar tweets.

Ambrosia Software was incorporated in August of 1993 and has developed numerous apps for the Mac, iPad, iPhone and Windows. These apps include iToner, a Mac app used to create iPhone ringtones, and SnapzProX, a screen recording tool, among other titles.

Ambrosia has not yet updated its company blog on the status of the company, but we’ll be checking back regularly for details.