You have to manually copy programs to the SD card.
Tap on settings button(looks like three little lines) tap on manage apps, then tap on downloaded(or all) then tap on whatever programs you downloaded, and if it can be moved to the SD card the "Move to SD card" will be lit up and you can tap on that to move the program to the SD card.
There's not much you can move to SD cards in android. Especially KitKat. Photos and music is about it, so forget about moving apps to SD cards until Android makes changes, PERIOD!
I have a fusion 3 with a 32 gig SD card. I have several apps on my card. Including Pandora..Netflix..Facebook messenger and about a dozen games plus pics and vids. Apps I had to manually move there but android does allow storage of SD cards
After reading this thread i'm incredibly disappointed with android. Now i'm no programmer and I don't know if it's a hardware thing or a coding problem but this is something they need to address. It's incredibly frustrating to have a low data phone and be able to have no more then a few small to medium apps because they can't run apps off an SD card. I didn't buy an SD card so i can have 16 GB of photos, videos, etc i bought one so i could have more then my email, Facebook, and Pandora downloaded to my phone.