Sony announces three new Vita apps

Paint Park, Treasure Park and Wake-Up Club detailed.

Three new apps are heading to PlayStation Vita in the coming months, Sony has announced.

As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, Paint Park is first up. Due out tomorrow, it's a painting programme that turns your handheld into a simple sketchpad. Both cameras have been integrated too so you can doodle on real-life images, and there are a variety of sharing options.

Treasure Park, due out sometime in the summer, lets you create and share your own puzzles.

Finally, Wake-up Club is a glorified alarm clock that you can sync with friends so you all get up at exactly the same time. Nope, we're not sure why that's useful either.

Anyway, they're all free to download so no complaining please. Screenshots below.

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