iPad App Frozen on Mint's Homescreen

I am using the mobile app on an iPad Mini running the the latest iOS version (8.1.1).  For several days now, my Mint app has been unable to get past the very first screen - all I see is a plain white background with the Mint logo.  See attached image. Note, I cannot see any of my account information at all.

I have waited on this screen for several minutes, but nothing changes.  I tried closing the app and reopening, and this did not help.  Finally, I uninstalled/deleted the app, and downloaded it again from the App Store, but nothing changed.

I am out of ideas to correct the problem.  I can still login to Mint.com on an Internet browser, but the mobile app is my preferred banking tool.

Thanks for any help.

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I have the exact issue...Mint will not launch on my ipad.  Seems to have occurred around the time of the latest apple update.  Did you get yours to work?
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