Tersus can be used to create web applications served from an online server and accessed from regular (desktop) web browsers as well as mobile browsers. It can also be used to create native applications to be installed on mobile devices.
While the basic modeling technique, and server-side logic is relevant for all targets, the actual UI is usually specific for the intended target, and so we provide separate application templates (see in File > New Tersus Project) for desktop, mobile and native mobile applications.
You mentioned that you've followed some tutorials, so the question is whether you've followed the ones targeted at mobile applications (i.e. from http://www.tersus.com/#Id=5088).
If so, then your next step would be to review http://www.tersus.com/#Id=2820 (or http://www.tersus.com/#Id=5585 if you're interested in Android as well) to understand the process involved in actually installing the application on a device. For more details on the differences between a web mobile and native mobile application see http://www.tersus.com/#Id=3283.
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