Sony has announced three free applications for Vita will start hitting the PSN service on April 18.
First up is Paint Park which allows the user to create and share drawings, and using the front and rear cameras, pictures of said doodles can be taken so the user can add creative imaginings. The app can be played with up to five friends via Ad Hoc.
During the summer, Treasure Park will be released, which is an application for creating puzzles to challenge your friends with. It makes use of the near application and 3G in order to find puzzles to play and share.
Wake-Up Club will also be released during the summer, and what it does is turn the user's Vita into an alarm clock which can be synced up with other PS Vita users who set their alarm for the same time.
It all sounds interesting and more information can be found on the PS Blog.