Another month, which means we have another list of Android launchers to check out. This time, it’s a mix of old and new, as a few of our favorite launchers have received some significant upgrades. That’s the impressive thing about the customization community: no matter how good something gets, developers always manage to outdo themselves with new updates.

Up first is Nokia Z, which was one of the more unusual launchers when it was released. Sharing a namesake with the confused mobile company, Nokia Z takes a proactive approach to your Android experience. By learning your habits, Nokia Z adapts your home screen depending on what time of day it is. In the morning, for example, it’ll show you things like Twitter, Waze and Path. At night, it’ll show Spotify, Uber, and so on.

The hope is that you’ll see the exact apps you need without searching for them. It’s a slick approach, and it looks beautiful. I’m the kind of person who wants complete control over my home screen at all times, which means Nokia Z isn’t my cup of tea. But it’s neat how it learns and dynamically adapts to your behavior. And searching for an app is genius; just scribble a letter, and it’ll show you a list of apps that begin with that letter.

Nokia Z launcher is free, and one of the more unique launchers out there.

The other two launchers, Nova and Action, should be familiar among customization enthusiasts. We’ve sang the praises of Nova for a while now, while we’ve shown off Nova in the past. You can’t go wrong with either one, and now that they’ve both received significant upgrades, they’re better than ever.

Check out the video above to see these launchers in action, and stay tuned for more coverage on the crazy world of Android customization. We’re always on the lookout for launchers and icon packs, so if there’s anything you think we should check out, let us know.

Nokia Z (beta; free)

Nova (free, but there’s also a paid version)

Action 3 (free)