Review of alternative Mastodon web clients

I would like to use separate Mastodon accounts for my English and Danish content. To do this I have looked at alternatives to the official Mastodon web clients to get support for multiple accounts.

The candidates I've found are: Tooty and Sengi

Tooty

Multi account support seems to consists of separate views for each account with an option to switch between accounts. The user experience is mostly the same as having multiple browser tabs, except that you just have to open one site if you restart your browser without being able to reopen tabs.

Can be deployed as static files without any custom server.

Last commit is 3 years old, so it doesn't seem to be actively maintained.

GitHub repository: https://github.com/n1k0/tooty

Sengi

Multi account support enables you to mix columns from any of your account. Each column is tied to an individual account, so no merging of your feed. You can have columns for notifications, but the default is to just highlight the account icon and then right click to get a temporary notification column.

Can be deployed as static files without any custom server.

Last commit was in January, with a few months between bursts of development.

GitHub repository: https://github.com/NicolasConstant/sengi

Conclusion

For me it is an easy choice. A merged feed could be nice, but could be probably be a bit confusion. So Sengi fits my requirements.