The pizza chain plans to roll out shortly the app that lets users track their delivery driver's progress to their home.

"In an effort to deter erratic driving and detours, the Domino's app will reveal the drivers' names to customers, as well as the speed at which they are driving," the Wall Street Journal reported.

According to the report, the company also hopes to include fun facts about each driver, like their favourite sports teams and what music they listened to on the way over.

The company already lets people place an order from almost any device, including your car, and track your order while it cooks. But, until now, that tracking stops once the pizza hit the road.

"In the delivery business, it's a dark spot. Now, it'll be fully disclosed and transparent," Don Meij, CEO of Domino's Australia, was quoted as saying by WSJ.

Delivery services like GrubHub already offer tracking options, but Domino's said it will be the first company worldwide to allow customers to track pizza deliveries on smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs.