Click the link for the iOS app you find above these slides. You can also search for "OpenVPN Connect" in the App Store. Install the software from there.
After the app has finished installing, press "Open".
After the software was installed, it will start up.
Return to your Browser and sign in to the HomeTunnel site. You can choose to have your credentials remembered for the next time.
The HomeTunnel box detail view should show after successful login. Press "Admin" to reach your HomeTunnel boxes local administration interface.
Login to your HomeTunnel Box (default password is "hometunnel"). If you do not see a login screen, you may have tried to setup your iOS device while not being connected to your home network.
Your credentials should be ready for download. Click on both buttons in succession. There will be a popup indicating that the credential file has been downloaded.
Import these files by clicking on "Open in OpenVPN".
The credential files should have been associated with OpenVPN Connect, so the program pops up and you can import the credential file(s) by clicking the green plus sign.
You will see the imported VPN profile.
Repeat the import with the other credential file and add it, too. You can go to the profile administration screen from here.
On that screen, you can rename, delete and choose between the profiles.
When you go back to the previous screen and activate the VPN connection by pressing the "Connection" slider switch, you will have to accept a security prompt.
If all goes well, you should see the VPN connection coming up after a few seconds. You can see more details view by pressing the "+" sign.
If the VPN connection does not come up in direct mode, read the FAQ or switch to proxy mode by selecting the proxy VPN profile.
As long as the VPN connection is active, there is an icon in the status bar. You can start and stop the VPN connection from OpenVPN or via the iOS settings.
You should always remember disconnecting because VPN connections cause data traffic even when they are not actively used.
Now would also be a good time to change the password on your HomeTunnel box. Congratulations, you are good to go!