From my experience on Tapas, It's mostly easy to handle when you want to edit your comics or novels.
Notifications from new updates, comments, likes, subscribers and more are very helpful and I can head straight to them when you want to read, like and comment.
It's also good to know that you can place audio music to your pages, one day I have to try that.
When you have your own media and you want to share your work through facebook, twitter, Pinterest etc, you can accomplish all of that on Tapas.
As for the mobile app, I don't often use it and I don't have any problems with it so that's a plus.
Overall, Tapas is my favorite comic/novel site, but it does have some flaws.
One I don't like and probably this is nitpicking is that when I want to search the most popular, it's always the LGBT's and romance, too much to count.
Other genres were barely recognizable, I mean who doesn't want to read comics/novels that its main point is about adventure, action, fantasy, sci-fi and, horror.
And the last thing is they way I have to submit my pages, I have to compress the bite of every one of my pages to be less than 1 MB just so it can fit and be updated.